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Top Travel Tips For Passing Time Without Spending A Dime

Category: Captains B.Log
Posted Thursday, May 25, 2017

Traveling is exciting, fun, and full of adventure, but let's face it...there's also a lot of waiting around. There are so many way to kill time and fight boredom without spending a penny, and we share them all with you!

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The First Step To Planning a Memorable Conference

Category: Captains B.Log
Posted Wednesday, May 17, 2017

If you want your next conference or meeting to be a memorable event, your first step is to find a meaningful theme, and here's why.

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Donít Let Your Customers Forget To Leave A Review!

Category: Captains B.Log
Posted Thursday, May 11, 2017

Looking for ways to get your customers to leave online reviews? We've got you covered with our Top 5 solutions.

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The Truth (& Lies) About Online Travel Reviews

Category: Captains B.Log
Posted Wednesday, May 3, 2017

It's estimated that 30% of reviews online are counterfeit. Don't fall for the fakes--find out how to recognize the genuine article!

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Surveys - An Easy & Effective Way To Engage Employees

Category: Captains B.Log
Posted Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Do you know how your employees REALLY feel about their jobs? It's easier than you think to find out--we'll walk you through the steps!

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The Case Of The Unbranded Travel Mug

Category: Captains B.Log
Posted Monday, April 17, 2017

Why you should never miss an opportunity to promote your brand

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Top 8 Promo Items That Actually Get Used

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Posted Thursday, April 13, 2017

Find out which promo items make the most popular giveaways, while giving your business maximum reach.

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Turn An Exiting Employee Into An Engaged Employee

Category: Captains B.Log
Posted Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Why do employees REALLY choose to leave their jobs? In this post we discuss ways to combat the hallmarks of a negative corporate culture that can cause an excellent employee to move on.

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