Moab’s Best Western Plus achieves top corporate award
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Moab’s Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn was recognized with the M.K. Guertin Award at the company’s national convention last month in Nashville, Tenn. From left: Best Western CEO David Kong, Zach Bynum, Linda Bynum, Tricia Grawet, Candy Covey and Best Western Board Chairman Terry Bichsel.					     Courtesy photo
Moab’s Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn was recognized with the M.K. Guertin Award at the company’s national convention last month in Nashville, Tenn. From left: Best Western CEO David Kong, Zach Bynum, Linda Bynum, Tricia Grawet, Candy Covey and Best Western Board Chairman Terry Bichsel. Courtesy photo
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The Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn in Moab was recognized Thursday, Nov. 9 with the company’s highest honor, the M.K. Guertin Award at Best Western Hotels and Resorts’ 2017 North American convention in Nashville, Tenn. The award was presented in front of approximately 2,500 Best Western hoteliers and staff.

The award is given to hotels that the company determines, “demonstrate exceptional levels of quality, guest satisfaction and dedication to the brand.” The hotels must also meet other brand standards and membership requirements to qualify for this award.

The Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn is one of only 41 hotels out of more than 2,100 properties in North America to receive the award.

“Named after our founder, the M.K. Guertin Award is our brand’s most esteemed honor, recognizing Best Western hotels that consistently demonstrate superior levels of service to our guests,” said Terrance Bichsel, chairman of the board of directors for Best Western Hotels and Resorts. “It’s a privilege to award the Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn for their commitment to excellence and being a leader within our brand.”

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