WHEN IT COMES TO INCENTIVE TRAVEL PROGRAMS, it's all about the trip. It's the opportunity to take an African safari, or to cruise the Greek Isles, that drives salespeople and dealers to make their targets. The destination is what sells — and what drives people to sell. The last thing an incentive organizer wants to do is to change the location of a trip once it has been announced and the promotional campaign has begun. But the recent political instability and threat of terrorism have forced ...

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