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Best Western Unveils Convention Special Guest

For Immediate Release
30 July 2008
 

 
For Immediate Release
30 July 2008
 

 
Best Western Unveils Convention Special Guest
 

Today Best Western unveiled their special guest speaker for this year’s Annual National Convention.


Peter Hillary (son of famous adventurer, Sir Edmund Hillary) and adventurer in his own right, will be appearing as the keynote speaker.

“Peter is a perfect fit for this year’s convention. He embodies leadership, change management and environmental protectionism – three initiatives Best Western is discussing at the Convention and working hard to initiate this year,” says Rob Anderson, Executive Director of Best Western Australia.

The main theme for this year will be ‘I Care’, the brand-new program designed to revolutionise customer service in Best Western hotels globally.


In addition, the program covers:

·         Environmentally-sensitive business practices,

·         Building a successful business and,

·         Detailed news on Best Western’s exciting plans for the future.

Marty Fields, star of Blue Heelers and Sea Change, is performing as this year’s Master of Ceremonies.

The official opening of the Convention takes place on Tuesday, 5th August 2008 at 8.30am. Media are invited to attend sessions on Tuesday 5th of August for free. Please contact Shaun Greenwood or Jennie Everingham to confirm your attendance.

A copy of the full Convention program is attached or, log on to: http://online.bestwestern.com/publish/01/syd/en/meetings___events.-generalContent-0006-DownloadFile.tmp/08_PROGRAM.pdf  to download your copy

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