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Reward
at THE MISSION INN RESORT & CLUB
GROWN KIDS PLAY LIKE THIS
They deserve to stretch, taste and explore for jobs well done.
One Jacksonville executive recently described in one word why he keeps bringing teams to Mission Inn: memorable. “The best way to make sure messages resonate is to surround them with good experiences. Create mental pictures. That’s what happens here.”
Epic Bass Fishing → Lake County is known for its rolling landscape and, yes, lakes — more than 1,000 of them. Lake Harris has hosted some of the world’s most presti- gious bass-fishing tournaments.
Shooting Competition → Finance vs. sales. New York office vs. Tampa office. Or better, write the names of your rivals on balloons ... boom! On kitchen appliances ... kapow! The team’s target is crystal clear.
Walking Trails → Take a stroll through wetlands, old Florida, and manicured land- scapes. One interactive path starts near El Campeon’s 18th hole, called The Trail of the Conquistadors — it’s entertaining exercise.
Melting Spot → When you think it can’t get more relaxing ... step into Spa Marbella. Jaws slacken at the décor. Shoulders droop at the atmosphere. Bodies turn to Play-Doh in the hands of well-trained therapists.
Wine and Citrus Country → The area, known for orange groves, has a pocket of grape-producing land. Tour the vineyards at Lakeridge Winery and then test seven of its propietary wine varieties.
Tastes of Europe → Floridians drive to Howey-in-the-Hills to play at Mission Inn and drool at Yalaha Bakery. Owner Juergen Klumb’s recipes come from personal trips to mountain villages in Europe.


































































































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