News for the Hospitality Executive
Best Western International Elects New Board Officers;
Beth Campbell Elected Chairwoman
Two New Directors Also Join Seven-Member Board
PHOENIX - November 24, 2009 - Best Western Internationalís Board of Directors named Beth Campbell its chairwoman, effective for a one-year term starting today. Campbell is a hotelier and business leader from Penticton, British Columbia, and owns and operates the Best Western Inn at Penticton, a Three-Diamond resort property.
The seven-member Board of Directors elected P.G. West as its vice chairman. West has been affiliated with the Best Western brand for nearly 30 years and has served as a Board director since 2007. He and his wife Linda own and operate the award-winning Best Western Turquoise Inn & Suites in Cortez, Colo.
The Board elected Julie Montmaneix as secretary/treasurer. Montmaneix, owner and operator of the Best Western Kings Hotel in Corona, Calif., joined the Board earlier this month to represent hotel owners in California, Nevada and Hawaii. She is a second-generation hotel owner and has been affiliated with Best Western for more than 30 years.
Also elected to the Board earlier this month was Devang (Dave)Amin, owner of the Best Western Horizon Inn in Edinburgh, Ind., the Best Western Gateway Inn & Suites in Evansville, Ind., and the Best Western Torchlite Motor Inn in Wheatlands, Wyo., Amin was elected to represent hotel owners in the Midwestern United States and Ontario.
Amin and Montmaneix were elected to three-year terms.
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|Also See:||Best Western International Elects New Board Officers; Bonnie McPeake, Owner of Best Western Pinehurst Inn in Southern Pines, N.C., Named Chairwoman / December 2008|