Congratulations for making a difference in your community and providing the services, products, management, leadership and staff that have earned your award rating
Napa, CA (PRWEB) October 12, 2011
The Inn on First, a Napa bed and breakfast, wins the 2011 CMUS Talk of the Town Customer Satisfaction Award. The award was created to showcase companies that excel in customer service as reflected by customer ratings and is presented by Celebration Media US (CMUS) and Talk of the Town News.
Publishing since 2009, CMUS is a co-sponsor of the award and an independent professional research and marketing company that monitors positive and negative reviews, and blogs and social networks to determine the highest-rated and top-reviewed businesses in all 50 states of the country. The Talk of the Town Award celebrates those companies and organizations that have reached the highest achievements in customer satisfaction. Talk of the Town News is dedicated to providing information, resources and solutions for online reputation management and is a co-presenter of the 2011 CMUS Talk of the Town Customer Satisfaction Award.
“Congratulations for making a difference in your community and providing the services, products, management, leadership and staff that have earned your award rating,” says Susan Singer, Awards Coordinator from Talk of the Town News.
For more information on The Inn on First, call (707) 253-1331 or visit them online at http://www.theinnonfirst.com. The Inn on First is located at 1938 1st Street in Napa.
About The Inn on First
The Inn on First, a Napa lodging inn offers guests Napa Valley style with a taste of San Francisco hospitality. One of Napa Valley’s newest inns, The Inn on First features inventive, hand-crafted cuisine, excellent service, elegant rooms and amenities, and peaceful gardens. Their luxuriously appointed guest rooms have king or queen beds, fireplaces and whirlpool tubs, which is perfect for a romantic getaway. The Inn on First is a member of Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America. Of the 20,000 inns and bed and breakfasts in North America, only 350 have qualified for Select Registry.