OK, how does a little hotel chain like Accent Inns combine our love of the cycling community, our fun loving style, our search for adventure (well most of us…) and our key value of community support? It’s easy. A prime example was two recent events we supported; The Banff Mountain Film Festival’s Radical Reels Tour and the Vancouver Island Outdoor Adventure Expo. more on Accent Inns events & community support
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February 22, 2013
ACCENT INNS JOINS SUSTAINABILITY TV
Fostering a robust triple bottom line economy in B.C.
VICTORIA, BC, CANADA: Victoria-based Accent Inns has joined Sustainability Television as a Regional partner to expand awareness of opportunities for improving your health, your home, and our British Columbia communities. An exciting development as Accent Inns will be sharing their activities through this new relationship.
“We’re very excited to have Accent Inns join us for 2013” says Sustainability TV CEO Jason Robinson. “Sustainability Television effectively shares good stories, about good people, doing really good things! … and when it comes to triple bottom line thinking, this little family owned company [Accent Inns] punches far above its weight; improving the social wellbeing of its community by supporting numerous community causes. .. read more
Below is a reprint of the Victoria Chamber Awards Gala program where Friday April 27, Terry Farmer was given the Lifetime Achievement Award.
After all, if he hadn’t offered to lend a hand to help his father and partner build the Chateau Victoria he might never have realized just how much more fun he could have in hospitality rather than a career in banking, property management or construction.
Anyone who knows Terry, knows that he isn’t content to rest on his laurels. Positive change has been a staple of his life. Terry’s advice to the graduates of Royal Roads at their 2007 Convocation, “… as life moves on over the years do not hesitate to change your area of work should opportunities arise. When they do you should do your due diligence and then strike out quickly, especially if you have a chance to get out on your own and become an entrepreneur. I did this 21 years ago and it was the most thrilling and challenging stage of my career (aside from getting married of course).” Read more about Accent Inns Founder