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4 Hot Redeemers

      A look at the top brands and top

6 Hot Products Gallery                  16

      What’s New in Rewards &

8 Profile
      Bulova’s Adrienne Forrest

10 Profile

      Travel and Transport’s                                              20
      Michelle Holmes

12 Feature

      How Incentive Research Can                                          6
      Help Drive More Measureable
      and Sustainable Performance

16 Hot Destination/Hot Spot

      • Mishawaka, IN                   Editor’s Note
      • Mercer Museum,
        Doylestown, PA                  Incentive rewards and recognition can take literally any form these days – branded merchan-
                                        dise, travel, gift cards, sometimes even bonuses (although research reveals they don’t have the
18 Hot Destination/Hot Spot             same kind of lasting impact) – a roster encompassing virtually anything and everything under
      • Wellfleet, MA                   the sun.
      • Villa Chanticleer,
        Healdsburg, CA                  The RRN website at provides users with myriad
                                        resources largely on the merchandise side – news, new products, profiles of industry players,
20 Destination Spotlight                top redeemers, how-to and reference articles – a multi-faceted information portal that’s a
      Sleepy Hollow, NY:                one-stop-shop for all things product-related. The other side of the Rewards & Recognition coin
      The Home of Ichabod Crane         is represented by Short Escapes at, with information on destinations,
                                        venues, meeting sites and other incentive travel-related content.
22 Destination Spotlight
      Southern Alaska:                  At a time when more and more businesses are looking for ways to better engage employees,
      A Life-Changing Experience        customers and other key stakeholders, we think the marriage of incentive merchandise and
                                        travel that Experiential magazine represents (as well as the closely related topic of off-site
                                        meetings and events that involve training, communications, team-building and other busi-
                                        ness-related initiatives) is a perfectly logical way to meld these topics, highlighting the best
                                        of both worlds and emphasizing the crossover possibilities they offer in terms of rewards,
                                        recognition, motivation and engagement.

                                        We are always happy to hear from you. Please send your ideas, suggestions, opinions and
                                        any other comments to:

                                        Richard Kern, Editorial Director

experiential                                    Bonnie Crispino: Art Director
                  Engaging Rewa rds and Destinations             Anne-Sophie Pruvost: Marketing Manager
                                                                 Contributing Editors: Jayne Clark; Ashley Wright
           Bruce Bolger: Publisher                               Krista Weber: Designer
           Richard Kern: Editorial Director, Multimedia Content
           Nick Gazivoda: Vice President, Sales

Experiential magazine is published quarterly b y Engagement Enterprises, 245 Saw Mill River Rd., Hawthorne N Y 10532.
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