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Grand View Lodge receives accolades

Grand View Lodge in Nisswa was honored with three awards in the 2016 Best of Business Awards by Twin Cities Business Magazine. This year's list of "bests" was conducted through a reader's choice poll, by asking the single question, "Which compani...

Grand View Lodge in Nisswa was honored with three awards in the 2016 Best of Business Awards by Twin Cities Business Magazine.

This year's list of "bests" was conducted through a reader's choice poll, by asking the single question, "Which companies exemplify true excellence in their respective industries?" Competing companies came from industries of all categories, including financial firms, resorts, hotels and restaurants.

Readers identified Grand View Lodge as the 2016 Best in Business in three of the 39 categories: Best of Business for Meeting & Event Space Resort/Hotel (Greater Minnesota), Best Golf Course for The Pines, and Best Restaurant Bar for Cru Culinary and Wine Bar.

Grand View received a second-place honor for Meeting & Event Space (non-hotel) for its outdoor meeting venues.

"This means a lot for driving more tourism to our area," said Frank Soukup, director of marketing for Grand View Lodge. "To be able to compete in so many different categories confirms that Grand View and the Brainerd lakes area are being recognized as a premier travel destination for business groups and families alike."

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"It is an honor to receive recognition as a company who exudes excellence in their work," said Mark Ronnei, general manager at Grand View Lodge. "From bottom to top, Grand View Lodge employees take pride in the services provided at our resort. This pays off in more ways than one, for our guests and our employees."

The September issue of Twin Cities Business Magazine will feature Grand View's listings as well as all other winners.

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