Lake Ozark, MO (PRWEB) April 25, 2010
The Lodge of Four Seasons was recently deemed "certified green" by the Missouri Hotel & Lodging Association (MH&LA). The association certifies only those properties which do all they can to be more environmentally sustainable in the community.
MH&LA has created an extensive workbook which lists specific initiatives that a hotel must complete in order to become certified as a green property.
"The Lodge has always sought to contribute to and preserve our community," states Mark Brown, Lodge of Four Seasons president.
"Over the years, we have made a conscious effort to seek out more sustainable practices in how we do laundry and the types of cleaners we use on a daily basis."
Brown says that cleaners and laundry are just a small portion of the ongoing efforts made by The Lodge, which is dedicated to preserving the environment for generations of guests to come.
About The Lodge of Four Seasons: The Lodge was built in 1964 by Harold Koplar and has been owned and managed by the Koplar-Brown family ever since. The owners remain proud residents of the Lake area, and their level of pride and commitment is obvious to every guest. This dedication to quality goes far beyond what one would typically encounter at resorts owned by a remote corporate entity.
About the Missouri Hotel & Loding Association: The Missouri Hotel & Lodging Association (MHLA) is dedicated to serving and strengthening the state’s lodging industry through education, political action, and membership discount programs. Headquartered in Jefferson City, the state capital, MHLA promotes the interests of Missouri’s hospitality industry at local, state and national levels.
Contact: Ashley Brown
ashley(at)chocolate-ink(dot)com or 573.354.8531
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