Travel industry loyalty rewards programs have seen a 31.2% decline in active participation since 2007 because of a decrease in business and leisure travel and corporate mandates to cut discretionary budgets



Stat: Travel industry loyalty rewards programs have seen a 31.2% decline in active participation since 2007 because of a decrease in business and leisure travel and corporate mandates to cut discretionary budgets

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Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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