ISSUE PREVIEW | “The Bachelor’s” Sean Lowe

By Rejuvenate Staff, March 26, 2015

ABC’s “The Bachelor” took a chance with its popular franchise when it put Sean Lowe in the rose-bestowing position, but it paid off. He is one of the show’s most successful choices and has a recent New York Times best-selling book to prove it. In the April/May issue of Rejuvenate, the reality TV star gives the “Lowe Down” on his experience being a Christian in a secular industry, and what it’s like to be hitting the faith-based meetings circuit.

We also dig into what destinations are getting the whole locavore thing right. From Michigan and Montana to Nevada and North Carolina, local businesses and hotel brands are creating new ways to express their states’ authentic appeal through teambuilding, F&B, locally grown grifts and one-of-a-kind hometown experiences.

Also in this issue, a Q&A with Jon Acuff about his newest book, advice from Ed Stetzer on encouraging cross-generational work, how gas prices affect meetings and the ever-growing importance of cyber security.

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