WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. (April 26, 2005) -- A magazine dedicated to educating board members and senior officers of publicly traded corporations has named The Greenbrier to its list of Top 10 Board Retreat Destinations.
Corporate Board Member Magazine identified The Greenbrier as a destination that offers the utmost in privacy, security, quality service, meetingfacilities, recreational activities and amenities for educational, planningand governance retreats.
"We provide an excellent environment for board retreats. The Greenbrier Conference Center serves a meeting's physical needs, and the staff and amenities of The Greenbrier complete the package,"said Jerry Wayne, vice president of sales and marketing.
Wayne noted that The Greenbrier is the only resort on the list located in the Mid-Atlantic region or the Northeast. The others are in Arizona, Florida, California, Colorado, Georgia, Texas and Wisconsin.
Choosing the right destination is important to a board meeting's success, according to TK Kerstetter, president of Corporate Board Member, who announced the Top 10 list.
Resorts were judged on property security and privacy, board meeting facilities and amenities, customer service ratings, available technology in meeting rooms and guestrooms, accessibility to both standard and private travel options, range and quality of recreational activities, private dining options, overall resort and climate appeal, and unique features and benefits.
The Greenbrier, known as America's Resort, has a hospitality heritage that dates to 1778. It offers 803 guestrooms, including deluxe suite, guesthouses and estate houses, and more than 50 recreational activities.
The award-winning resort occupies a 6,500-acre estate in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia approximately four hours¹ drive from Washington, D.C. Full resort information is available at www.greenbrier.com.
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