Bear added, "Although we are proud to receive these awards, we are aware that much work remains to be done, so our work of building a prosperous and sustainable community continues."
"Today, the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation is realizing the fruits of many years' labor by strong leaders of yesterday and today," says FMYN Vice President Bernadine Burnette. "These awards that our Radisson Fort McDowell Resort earned are the result of the positive attitude and sincerity of our management and employees. We're also very excited for and appreciative of another successful enterprise in the customer service and entertainment industries."
"We truly want to say thank you to all the employees that made this happen."
"To receive so many awards within such a short amount of time is a tremendous achievement," said Greg Carrish, general manager of the resort. "Since we opened our doors on November 30, 2005, we've been blessed with a staff of highly talented and customer-centric individuals who demonstrate our 'Yes I Can' philosophy on a daily basis. I congratulate each one of them for their contributions in helping us achieve such honors and proudly celebrate these accomplishments with them."
An outstanding accommodation option in the greater Scottsdale area, the Radisson Fort McDowell features exterior and interior décor rooted in Yavapai culture, as well as a 24,000-square-foot conference center, state-of-the-art technology and the friendliest staff anywhere. Guests enjoy stunning Sonoran Desert and mountain scenery, along with the finest in contemporary Southwestern cuisine, including menu items from Fort McDowell Farms. Additional features include easy access to championship golf at We-Ko-Pa Golf Club, authentic Western fun at Fort McDowell Adventures, thrilling games at Fort McDowell Casino and one of the valley's best pools for the entire family.
For more information on the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort, call +1 (480) 836-5300.