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Earn Double & Triple Points on Canadian Travels

10/20/2010

BEST WESTERN OFFERS DOUBLE AND TRIPLE REWARDS POINTS ON CANADIAN DESTINATIONS

Visit travelbestWesterncanada.com, book online, and earn triple points

PHOENIX (Oct. 20, 2010) – Best Western International, the World’s Largest Hotel Chain®, is offering travellers this fall the opportunity to earn double and triple points when they book stays at Best Western properties within Canada.

Through Nov. 21 members of Best Western Rewards who book their travel online at BestWestern.com
and stay two separate times earn double rewards and those who enter the code “CADPROMO” earn triple rewards points.

Also, visitors to the chain’s new Canadian microsite, TravelBestWesternCanada.com,will find tips about traveling within Canada from Canadian travel expert and YouMustBeTrippin.com blogger Bryson Forbes, and can play “Where’s Mr. M?,” an online game featuring Best Western’s fictional travel guide in Canada, Mr. Mountie, for a chance to win Best Western gift cards.

“Best Western has fabulous properties throughout Canada, to meet the needs of consumers here and from other countries,” said Dorothy Dowling, senior vice president, marketing and sales for Best Western International. “That means more places for Best Western Rewards members to earn rewards. Giving double and triple points allows us to show our tremendous appreciation, and the rich content on TravelBestWesternCanada.com
is designed to help everyone explore all Canada has to offer.”

Forbes offers travel tips and will highlight a different province each week on TravelBestWesternCanada.com, giving visitors a peek at some of both the most popular and up-and-coming destinations within the country.

In addition, travellers have a chance to win a CA$25 or US$25 Best Western Travel Card by correctly guessing Mr. M’s location in Canada. Each Wednesday, Mr. M will be featured in a different destination in Canada on TravelBestWesternCanada.com. Visitors to the site may enter their guesses in the field provided. Those who follow Best Western on Twitter @TheBestWestern and are friends on Best Western’s Facebook fan page, facebook.com/BestWestern, will receive notifications to check the site to submit their guesses.

The first three correct respondents on TravelBestWesternCanada.com
will win a CA$25 or US$25 Best Western Travel Card. The location, revealed each Thursday, will be the featured region on the microsite with travel tips posted the following week.

“Best Western’s fall promotion gives travellers a chance to explore all that Canada has to offer, and earn double or triple points for being a Best Western Rewards member,” said Neil Hornsby, Best Western’s marketing director for Canada.

Visit TravelBestWesternCanada.com for more information and to view the rules and regulations.

For more information on Best Western International visit the website BestWestern.com or TravelBestWesternCanada.com.

ABOUT BEST WESTERN INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Best Western International, Inc. is THE WORLD'S LARGEST HOTEL CHAIN®, providing marketing, reservations and operational support to over 4,000* independently owned and operated BEST WESTERN, BEST WESTERN PLUS™ and BEST WESTERN PREMIER® hotels in 80* countries and territories worldwide. An industry pioneer since 1946, Best Western has grown into an iconic brand that hosts 400,000* worldwide guests each night. Equally committed to the business and leisure traveler, Best Western recently embarked on a mission to lead the hotel industry in customer care. World Vision is the charity of choice for Best Western in building the world's largest family, with our hotels and staff sponsoring children in need around the globe. Our partnerships with AAA/CAA, Michael Waltrip Racing™ and Harley-Davidson® help guests make the most of every trip. For the fastest way to a free night globally, join Best Western Rewards®. For more information or to make a reservation, please visit www.bestwestern.com.

*Numbers are approximate and can fluctuate.