Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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... do it, but they know how to eat.
Once in the office, Chicka introduced us to Thad Slaton, VP of Global Marketing & Communication, who was so down to earth and explained us their strategy when they market BCD Travel through Linkedin or other channels. Kelly Flynn, Senior Director for strategic communications further elaborated how they use each source to communicate, whether it is via email or the new mobile application (Trip Source).
... can go wrong, does for me, and this is the one instance where I really, really can't control too many things. I have already spent way too much time in airports throughout my life, so a 21-hour travel day is like a piece of cake (not really), but I'll be too tired and excited once I get to Florence that I won't really care about anything other than my environment.
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... themselves for hours! So, the lead up to the 14th green was neatly decorated with smiley pine cone faces and grotty girls. As the final groups approached, so did the crowds and those who joined us had fun interacting with the kids and their creative faces.
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