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After a painstaking two-year reorganization, Marriott this summer began redeploying its national sales force against thousands of U.S. customers. The hotel giant has attempted to connect and coordinate sales efforts to these accounts through primary points of contact. Behind those account leaders are teams of specialists handling day-to-day transactions for all of a corporate customer's travel needs, be it group, business, or extended-stay. Contributing Writer Alison Hall checked in with

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