Shilo Inns, Named a Winner of AH&LA
2005 Most Valuable Volunteer Awards
|WILSONVILLE, OR – June 13, 2005 - Always striving for excellence in
the hospitality industry, Shilo Inns is proud to announce that Tim Laib
CHA, Regional Director of Operations for Shilo Inns has garnered the coveted
Most Valuable Volunteer Award by the American Hotel & Lodging Association.
He was awarded this honor based on his expertise and commitment to helping
Oregon’s lodging industry grow and thrive.
Mr. Laib has worked in the hospitality industry for over 25 years, the last eleven years spent with Shilo Inns. He is currently the vice chairman of the Oregon Lodging Association’s board of directors and has been a longstanding key member of the association’s leadership. Mr. Laib has led their efforts in the membership and information technology arenas, and he has taken on a strong role to assist the association’s goals of strengthening the industry’s advocacy efforts at the local level.
“Tim is a great example of a true volunteer leader,” says Scott West, President of the Oregon Lodging Association. “In addition to his responsibilities to his company, he dedicates himself to the selfless task of working to help the entire industry prosper.”
“We support Tim’s volunteer efforts and we’re happy to see him recognized,” says Mark Hemstreet, owner of Shilo Inns. “We’re proud to have him on our team.”
Shilo Inns has 45 properties located throughout the western United States, and over 200 Shilo affiliate hotels throughout the United States, Canada, Hawaii and Mexico.
|Also See:||Mark Hemstreet's Independently Owned Shilo Inns Mark 30 Years / July 2004|
|Ian Shub Appointed Central Reservations Manager for Shilo Inns / May 2005|