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Are Attrition Clauses a Must?

May 14, 2013 By Editor

Yes and no
by D. Benson Tesdahl – Successful Meetings

When you’re organizing an event, arranging accommodations for attendees is often a must. But with that task comes the risk of room attrition. Most hotels have an attrition clause, but many will waive it. In some cases, getting rid of the clause is a good idea; other times, it can prove disastrous. So, when should you keep the clause in place?

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