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Gina Bleedorn ’02: The future of retail over the next five years

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Gina Bleedhorn '02. Photo/Authority Magazine

Gina (Arbore) Bleedorn ’02 took a circuitous route to her current profession as chief experience officer for Adrenaline. The music graduate explored the performance arts as a vocalist, and also filled her last semesters at Furman with graphic design courses. Her internship with Adrenaline only solidified her passion to pursue the visual arts.

Since her internship, Bleedorn has steadily climbed through the ranks at Adrenaline, an experience design company whose mission is to help brands create authentic connections with consumers through meaningful experiences. She shares her thoughts about her role in the company and the future of retail in Authority Magazine.

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