Recently Trip advisor rated the Accent Inn Burnaby as the “Best of Burnaby Canada” as rated by consumer reviews on their site. “ I’m very proud of our staff here”, said Joanne Wynn General Manager Accent Inn Burnaby. “They take real pride in providing the best service they can and the cleanest rooms anywhere”. (...more about customer comments and reviews)
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21 Billion Blooms in 2010
Victoria, B.C. – The Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Butchart Gardens and Tourism Victoria have once again teamed up to record the scene at one of the World’s best Bloomin’ cities. The total number of blooms counted in the Annual Greater Victoria Flower Count was 21,691,666,716. Oak Bay was the leading Municipality with over 14 billion blooms followed by Victoria with almost 5 billion blooms. The winning class was Ms L Westby’s class from Willows Elementary and they win a trip to Butchart Gardens.
Greater Victoria is one of the best places on the planet to live work and play. The annual flower count is a testament to the wonderful climate and community spirit. Truly a gold medal performance by Mother Nature this year! (...more on the flower count)
Accent Inns BC hotel chain is thrilled to continue the Olympic spirit and welcome the coming of the Paralympic Games to Vancouver 2010.
“I’m so excited that I have a chance to watch Sledge Hockey. All of our Paralympic athletes have worked so hard to get here and it’s a thrill to be able to cheer them on in person” said Mandy Farmer, CEO Accent Inns.
The first step in preparing for the Paralympic games is welcoming the Paralympic torch! (...more on welcoming the Paralympic games)
Accent Inns is proud to support the Victoria Salmon Kings and the TLC in the second Annual Eco Night.
Advanced tickets now on-sale with donation towards The Land Conservancy for next Saturday’s game!
Victoria, BC – The Victoria Salmon Kings, proud affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks and Manitoba Moose, announced today that they have partnered once again with The Land Conservancy (TLC) to present the second annual “Eco Night” next Saturday, March 13th, 2010 versus the Idaho Steelheads. Accent Inns is proud to donate and participate in such a fun evening. Supporting partners such as the TLC is one of the key values for the Victoria BC based Hotel chain. (more about eco night)
This is the Second year that Accent Inns InnAid program has sponsored the Charity in Changing times seminar series.
One of the highlights of my year so far has been spending the morning at the Victoria Accent Inns’ Charity in Changing Time event with a room full of not-for-profit organizations wanting to learn more about how to effectively tell their stories through traditional and on-line media, how to increase their on-line presence, and how to better communicate with their volunteers. (more on Charity in Changing times and PR tips for non-profits)
The Olympics and Our Values
Ahhhh, home sweet home after two glorious weeks spent at the Olympics.
Someone asked me the other day, “What is the biggest thing the Olympics have done for you?” Well, aside from the obvious month of phenomenal business we experienced in our Richmond and Burnaby locations, the Olympics have been surprisingly great for helping us define our values. more about values
The Accent Inn Kamloops leads the BC hotel chain into spring 2010 with the addition of a brand new package. “We’ve put together a great BC experience with our new BC Wildlife Park package”, said Katie Bahnsen, General Manager Accent Inn Kamloops. British Columbia and Accent Inns alike are known for our friendly people but this package let’s visitors see many of our “other” local residents.
All of us at Accent Inns are so excited and proud of all of our Canadian Athletes whether they won a medal or not.
As an avid hockey fan my question to you our viewers….where were you when the Canadians Women or Men’s hockey team won Gold?
I was at home for both games and my poor wife and daughter had to put up with my loud Cheers and Jeers throughout the games ( especially at a certain 25 seconds before the end of regualtion play…).
Apparently I yelled so loud when we won that I scared the Dog and the Guinea pig both…
After the Men’s team won gold it was so cool to see people on our street running out of their houses shouting and yelling and waving Canadian Flags. I know it’s just a game but I can honestly say I felt such a level of pride being a Canadian at that moment. Congrats to Vancouver and Whistler and everyone who put together one great event in Vancouver 2010!
John Espley, Business Development Manager, Accent Inns.
When I visited the Travel medical Clinic they forgot to do one important test – a psychiatric assessment. Nobody in their right mind would voluntarily spend 16 days walking uphill wearing hiking boots, multiple layers of clothing and a backpack until they get to a place that’s really cold and there is very little oxygen! They should have an immunization to stop people doing such things.
Chargers defend Championship title
It was a banner evening for the Camosun College Chargers who won gold and defended their BCCAA Provincial Championship title – on home court in front of a ecstatic home crowd!
Taking home silver tonight are the UFV Cascades – the team that Camosun defeated last year to earn the 2009 Championship which was hosted at Columbia Bible College in Abbotsford.