Best Western International Supports ‘Earth Month’ at Union Station with Interactive Display

In celebration of ‘Earth Month’ at Union Station, Best Western representatives shared ‘green’ travel tips to attendees and promoted Earth Day through its social share photo booth. Earth Day revelers were invited to have their picture taken at the event and distribute the image socially to raise awareness.

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Best Western Earth Day Demonstration

Best Western representatives share "green travel tips" at Earth Day at Union Station

For years, Best Western hotels have been implementing climate-conscious policies and implementing eco-friendly practices, said EDN's Kathryn Stoddard

(PRWEB) April 23, 2013

Best Western International recently participated in Earth Day festivities at Union Station in Washington D.C. as part of its ongoing partnership with Earth Day Network.

In celebration of ‘Earth Month’ at Union Station, Best Western representatives shared ‘green’ travel tips to attendees and promoted Earth Day through its social share photo booth. Earth Day revelers were invited to have their picture taken at the event and distribute the image socially to raise awareness.

“The theme of Earth Day 2013 is The Face of Climate Change, and we know that for years, Best Western hotels have been implementing climate-conscious policies and eco-friendly practices,” said Kathryn Stoddard, Vice President of Corporate Partnerships at Earth Day Network. “Because of their enormous size and worldwide influence, it’s an extremely important step. We're proud to have Best Western as our partner.”

To promote the environmentally-conscious practices of some of Best Western’s 2,200 North American hotels, a video was created that can be viewed at bestwestern.com/green.

Every Best Western hotel in North America is required to have a sustainability program in place. Best Western properties can support green initiatives in several ways, from having in-room recycle bins, low-flow shower heads, using recycled paper, and linen re-use programs to geothermal and solar-powered hotels that actually sell power back to the grid.

Earth Day Network mobilizes more than one billion people in 192 countries through year-round advocacy, education, public policy and consumer campaigns to protect the environment. The Earth Day Network event in Washington D.C. drew thousands out for a celebration and rally that featured music, speakers, artists, exhibitors and more. More info here: earthday.org.

Photo credit: Best Western International

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