Sunday, September 6, 2009
Second Australian Property Wins International Quality Award
The Best Western Beechworth Motor Inn (Beechworth, VIC) won the prestigious global award for scoring above 975 points in the stringent Best Western Quality Assurance assessment.
Best Western's Quality Assurance assessment thoroughly checks every Best Western property regularly to ensure the highest standards of maintenance, cleanliness, amenities and customer service are being upheld. This award recognises the Best Western Beechworth Motor Inn as being in the top two properties in these areas in all of Australasia.
"We felt overwhelmed when we heard the news," said Rob and Janelle Ranson, owners of the Best Western Beechworth Motor Inn. "It is a wonderful acknowledgement of the work we have done over the last 12 months."
The International Quality Assurance Award was presented to Rob and Janelle Ransom at the annual Best Western Members Convention at Conrad Jupiters Casino, Gold Coast, QLD.
For more information or to book accommodation at the Best Western Beechworth Motor Inn, or any Best Western Australasian property, log on to www.bestwestern.com.au or call 131 779 (from Australia) or log on to www.bestwestern.co.nz or call 0800 237 893 (from New Zealand).
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