Room for Two?

Room for Two? Dick Gaeta, president of Premier Incentives, Marblehead, Mass., still remembers the time a client insisted on making sales reps share rooms on an incentive trip. "The first night, we had a scene involving two roommates who arrived at very different times. One gentleman checked in and went to bed. His roommate checked in later, apparently inebriated, and forgot he was sharing a room. When he found another man in his room, he went into a rage." The company might have been able to

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