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Johnalee Johnston

Johnalee Johnston
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Johnalee Johnston is the executive editor of Prevue where she combines passion for travel, culture and storytelling on a daily basis. With 17+ years of cultural, civic and travel writing under her belt, her sense of curiosity about the world only continues to grow. Johnalee holds a B.S. degree in journalism and a M.A. in international relations.

It’s All Movable Greens & Margarita Bikes at Coeur d’Alene Golf & Spa Resort

Every golfer’s bucket list should include a hole on a movable island. And that’s exactly what the 338-room Coeur d'Alene Golf & Spa Resort offers meetings and incentives groups.

5 Breakouts That Prove Culinary Experiences are the Bee’s Knees

Culinary breakout sessions feed the growing demand for meetings and incentives combos.

To Build Teams Use the Cues of Deception

In her book, “Liespotting,” author Pamela Meyer examines the cues of deception and the telltales of lying, and how they work together to build teams.

Top Picks: The Possibilities Broaden for Daytona Beach Meetings & Incentives

A nearly $2 billion investment into its racing heritage, oceanfront location and arts scene is adding new dimensions to Daytona meetings & incentives.

Swing for a Cause at the 2018 Miami Open

The 2018 Miami Open, a.k.a. the Grand Slam, is in full swing, bringing with it a lineup of tennis greats and giveback opportunities.

Top Picks: Check Out Melia’s UK Portfolio

Melia’s UK portfolio just expanded with the Innside Liverpool near the banks of the River Mersey.

Electrify Attendees With a New Zealand Adventure

Hold on to your hats in New Zealand, where the beauty, mystery and magic amaze at every turn.

Top Picks: In Greenville, Keep It Outdoors

Take a deep breath in Greenville, S.C., where outdoor enrichment adds layers to meetings and incentives programs.

4 “Jungle Book” Experiences for the “Man-Cub” In Every Attendee

The state of Madhya Pradesh in India has embarked on a Jungle Book campaign that showcases the country's most stunning and biodiverse areas to groups.

5 Updates That Prove DC’s Got It Going On for Meetings & Incentives Groups

A confluence for innovation, art and history, DC woos groups at every turn with little effort.

Luxury Bowling Is a Thing at Foxwoods Resort Casino

The resort is just a 25-minute drive from Waterford in the forested wonderland of Mashantucket, Connecticut.

4 Updates That Reveal Monterey’s Colorful Side

A lot is happening in Monterey, Ca., that is sure to spice up meetings, incentives and conventions.

Ski-In, Ski-Out Salt Lake City—Campfire Whiskey or Bourbon in Hand

Incentive groups have historically come to Salt Lake City for some of the best and most accessible skiing in the US.

Here’s Why Horsing Around With Hyatt Can Mean Big Business

Targeted corporate social responsibility programs bridge the attendee-buyer-supplier experience gap.

Perfect Your Virtual Event With These 5 Tips

The possibility of reaching an unlimited audience in a cost-effective and no less engaging way is the crux of virtual events.

3 Personalization Techniques From Ovation Australia

Personalizing the attendee experience within a larger group setting is on the agenda for this year's meetings and incentives.

Groups Become Bahamians At Heart At Atlantis Paradise Island

We spoke with Wendy Blaney with Atlantis Paradise Island on how her team is meeting the demand for localization programs in positive and meaningful ways.

How to Engage Millennials With Event Education

When it comes to professional growth, research shows that 80 percent of millennials feel there is no replacement for coming together.

4 Oscar-Nominated Females on Surviving the Corporate Pressure Cooker

This year’s Oscar nominations speak truth to the power of the feminine spirit and the universal obstacles that passionate, career-driven and pioneering females face.

Q&A: Elevating the Human Component of Meetings & Events

We interviewed Cosimo Bruzzese, VP of business development for Briggs, Inc. to see how they are enhancing the human component of meetings and events.

E-Sports to Atypical Speakers: Experiential Meetings Are on the Rise in Las Vegas

Atypical experiential meetings and events are on the rise in Las Vegas. You'll never believe what's next.

The New Caesars FORUM Proves Yet Again: Caesars Means Business

The two largest pillarless ballrooms in North America will debut in 2020 when Caesars Entertainment’s 550,000-sf Caesars FORUM conference center opens.

It’s Austin’s Turn to Dominate Meetings & Conventions: Here Are 5 Reasons Why

It's Austin's turn to dominate meetings & conventions. Here are five, turn-your-head reasons why.

The Kessler Collection Blows the Dust Off of Savannah’s Power Plant District

This year will see the redevelopment of the cobblestone-lined waterfront along Georgia's Savannah River into the Plant Riverside District.

World Wildlife Fund Finds Footing in the Tourism Industry

Food waste, sourcing food and beverage and responsible destination experiences are three of the biggest challenges that sustainable meetings face.

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