BEST WESTERN REWARDS MEMBERS TO DONATE POINTS FOR JAPAN EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI RELIEF
Donations Targeted to World Vision, Best Western’s Official Charity Partner
PHOENIX (March 15, 2011) – Members of Best Western Rewards®, the company’s global frequent-stay program, can now contribute Rewards points to earthquake and tsunami relief efforts underway in Japan. Best Western Rewards members can go to www.bestwestern.com/japanrelief to make a donation of 4,000 points, equal to $15, or more to World Vision, Best Western’s official charity partner.
“The scope of the devastation is heartbreaking, and Best Western is mobilizing to aid in this crisis,” said David Kong, president and CEO of Best Western International.
Best Western is the second-largest international hotel group in Japan. At this time, there have been no reports of guest or employee injuries or significant damage to any of the 13 Best Western hotels in the country.
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