The Westin Dhaka Celebrates Global Customer Appreciation Week 2021

Dhaka, Bangladesh – November, 2021 – The Westin Dhaka recently celebrated Global Customer Appreciation Week 2021 from 14 till 18 November. The appreciation week was dedicated for thanking the customers from all industries who provide business and enjoy World Class hotel services all throughout the year. Global Customer Appreciation Week is a cultural pillar of Marriott International’s global sales team and this year’s slogan is “The Power of Connecting”. In today’s world, the importance of connecting is more than ever before. Global Customer Appreciation Week is a wonderful time to visit and thank back all the guests and stakeholders who support the hospitality sector. During the entire week, senior leaders along with all hotel associates visited various guests at their offices, hosted get-togethers and participated in food donation drives as a token of appreciation.


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