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Eco-friendly firm's sustainable style enhances Sedona Resort
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Nov '10
Specialty Textile Services (STS) is now proud to provide ultra plush and eco-friendly linen service to L'Auberge de Sedona, recently called the state's “most romantic hotel” by The Arizona Republic.

STS will provide linen service to all resort rooms and its award-winning restaurant and spa. The Phoenix-based STS will also add an upgraded, heavy thread count coupled with an ensemble of Egyptian cotton terry toweling.

In 2011, STS will make history when they become America's first commercial linen company to be LEED Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council – the international gold standard for sustainability. The Phoenix Business Journal recently touted STS as “taking laundry to a greener place.”

“This is a perfect partnership for two companies who strive for the ultimate in customer service,” said Ted Miotke, founder and CEO of STS. “L'Auberge has embraced our eco-friendly laundry process which is great for our planet.”

Resting on 11 acres of lushly landscaped grounds in Sedona, the 90-room L'Auberge offers an array of amenities and personal attention.

Since 1996, STS has offered an array of linen services to high-end resorts in Arizona and Southern California, including the Royal Palms, the Boulders, Durant's and other top-notch restaurants. Independently owned and operated, STS is revolutionizing an eco-friendly approach to laundry. STS is leading the sustainable wave sweeping the hospitality business.

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