Two Brothers Caring for Guests and the Environment

February 26 2013 by BW Innsider
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Our latest edition of the Best Western Indie Films series follows the story of two brothers who make caring for guests and caring for the environment an essential part of their hotel's philosophy. Andre and Daniel Nadeau carry on the mission of their father as they lead the way in energy conservation at their hotel in Quebec.

Every hotel has its own story, take some time to get to know Andre and Daniel Nadeau and their hotel.

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