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CWT research: 20% of business travelers take Bleisure trips every year

Press releases   •   Jul 12, 2016 19:46 GMT

​Adding some leisure time to a business trip might seem like a new phenomenon. But Carlson Wagonlit Travel’s Solutions Group’s analysis of 29 million business trips, the results of which are released today, shows the amount of bleisure has remained the same for the past five years.