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Residents urged to back a local and book a staycation

By Tanayah Wakefield

With the travel and hospitality industries being decimated throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the general manager of one Moreton Bay hotel is urging people to book a staycation closer to home.

While the number of tourists visiting Queensland is slowly rising, Best Western North Lakes Hotel General Manager Jeremy Kreft said he also relies on the support of locals to help keep his business afloat.

“During the recovery phase back to normal trade, we at North Lakes Hotel recognise the need for us to all pull together,” Mr Kreft said.

“Our employees are all local residents, because not only have they proven to be very dependable, but it keeps the money circulating locally which is important to us all.

“By supporting one another we are stronger and less prone to outside factors which we can’t control.”

Situated in the heart of North Lakes, and less than a half hour drive from the Brisbane CBD, Mr Kreft said the hotel offered a relaxing stay with all the creature comforts.

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