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Golf & Spa ResortsFebruary 20, 2023
Planners Can Offer the Best of Both Worlds By Maura Keller

While late night ‘wining and dining’ is still a prevalent relationship-building tradition, more business professionals are hitting the greens — making golf and spa resorts a wonderful go-to option for today’s meetings and events.

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Golf & Spa ResortsJune 1, 2018
Premier Properties Where Every Attendee Can Find Something to Love By Christine Loomis

A golf and spa resort can offer such a variety of activities, that there’s no need for attendees to go elsewhere.

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Golf & Spa ResortsJune 1, 2017
A Score Card on Select Properties From the Planner Point of View By Christine Loomis

Golf and spa resorts are expert hosts for corporate tournaments, but they meet the needs of planners and attendees in many other ways.

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The Sweet Spot for Reward and Incentive Programs By Christine Loomis

Meetings at golf and spa resorts combine achieving corporate business goals with time for employees to play and relax.

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The Shape of WellnessOctober 1, 2015
Where Health & Productivity Meet and Attendees Can Be Their ‘Best Selves’ By Maura Keller

Today’s corporate environment has embraced the wellness trend — incorporating wellness and fitness activities, and healthful food options throughout all facets of their meetings.

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Golf & Spa ResortsJune 1, 2015
Where Shared Experiences Are Good for Business By Patrick Simms

Some of the most successful corporate meetings mix business and pleasure in ways that are actually good for business, and great golf & spa resorts enable planners to achieve that effect.

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Why Meeting at Golf and Spa Resorts Is Back in Vogue By Derek Reveron

Golf and spa resorts continue to upgrade and refresh their unique combination of world-class championship golf courses, specialty spas, grand guest rooms and ample meeting space.

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Maximize the Meeting Experience By Derek Reveron

The legendary sportswriter Grant­land Rice once said, “Golf gives you an insight into human nature, your own as well as your opponent’s.” Attendees who love golf would undoubtedly agree with Rice. The nature of the game, especially its casual pace, allows business people to bond while sharing the fun and joyous frustration of a very […]

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