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31 Exciting Employee Engagement Activities for a Happy Team

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Employee engagement activities should be more about the heart than the brain.

Managers are busy, employees are disengaged, and the office culture is havoc.

In this scenario, employee engagement is the least likely to happen.
Despite being a trend in these past decades, the level of employee engagement has barely budged.

According to a study by Gallup, only a meager 13% of employees are engaged at work globally!

But why is this happening?

The truth is that most managers treat employee engagement as a one-time thing.

On the contrary, it is a continuous and evolving process. We must modify it frequently to the various changes occurring in the workplace and the world to reap the true benefits of employee engagement.

It is precisely where employee engagement activities come into play.
The term "activities" suggests a call to action— something to do.

Activities are an excellent way to engage and involve people while demonstrating to your employees that you care.

So, without further ado, let’s get started.

Key Takeaways

  • How employee engagement is a continuous and evolving process and not a one-time effort
  • A basic understanding of employee engagement activities
  • How diverse and unique activities should be a part of employee engagement
  • Detailed understanding of 31 Fun Employee Engagement Activities To Motivate Your Workforce

31 Fun Employee Engagement Activities To Motivate Your Workforce

This article will give you 31 employee engagement activities to boost morale and increase job satisfaction.

1. "The Employee of the Month" on a Regular Basis

The Employee of the Month on a regular basis

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Employee of the Month Program High Medium High

They are the first to arrive. But they are the last to leave. Also, they give continuous optimal performance. They are great team members.

Every company has one of these employees. Chances are, your company has one too.

Research says the primary cause of employees leaving their jobs is the lack of appreciation.

Recognizing hard work and achievement in the workplace increases employee morale, encourages healthy competition, and creates a positive atmosphere.

With higher motivation comes better engagement, happiness, and, ultimately, retention.

Hence, "Employee of The Month" programs are a great way to show your best employees that you see their hard work and appreciate the efforts they are putting in, and thus, one of the best employee engagement activities you can invest in.

For building an effective "Employee of The Month" program:

  • Set up parameters and rules: Treat the program as a friendly competition. And every competition must have a set of guidelines to follow.

It will ensure an ethical workplace culture. Also, it will reduce possible animosity between the employees.

  • Decide the reward: The rewards can be monetary or other recognition, such as displaying the winner on the company's dashboard.

  • Decide on what basis you will select the employees: Staying late doesn't mean being more productive. You need to find the best criteria to decide who will win.

  • Celebrate the winner: Once an employee wins, publicize the winner everywhere. Let everyone know what a champion they are!

2. Employees Feel Better Aabout Taking Feedback

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Feedback Sessions Medium High High

Feedback is among the most powerful and overlooked weapons in your employee engagement activities arsenal.

According to the Harvard Business Review, a more significant number (57%) preferred corrective feedback over praise/recognition (only 43%).

Indeed, useful feedback is the key to improving workplace communication and engaging employees.

Regular feedback is the perfect way to keep your employees in the loop about their performance and, hence, an active part of the employee engagement strategy.

There is a general stigma attached to feedback. Maybe because when a boss wants to "talk about something," it is automatically assumed to be something negative.

The solution?

Give regular feedback, not only when you criticize employees about their performance. Also, never criticize your employees' performance.

An excellent way to address declining performance should be something along the lines:

Hi there. I know how hard you have been working and the hours you have been putting on. But the results are not as good as they should have been. Maybe you can share with me if you are facing any difficulties, and we can sort it out together.

While giving feedback, keep in mind the following points:

  • Keep it constructive and relevant. It should tell the employees about their performance.

  • Negative feedback doesn't equal being harsh about it. Find out why it is happening and ways to solve it.

  • Feedback is a two-way street. Listen to what the employees have to say. Employee engagement surveys are great for gathering employee feedback.

  • Keep feedback private. Never publicize it. Ever.

  • Give regular feedback.

3. TGIF Meetings to Engage Employees

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
TGIF Meetings High Medium High

Google is awesome. Don't even try to deny it. One of the steps in its ladder of awesomeness is its TGIF( Thank God It's Friday) Meetings.

What happens in these TGIF meetings that make it a great example of employee engagement activities?

  • The corporate higher-ups share the entire week's happenings with the whole company.

  • An open Q&A session where anyone can voice their doubts about the company. A total and complete transparency.

  • Come rain or shine, the TGIF Meetings occur every Friday without fail. Consistency is the key, people!

4. Regular Potlucks Create a Positive Vibe

Regular Potlucks create a positive vibe

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Regular Potlucks High High Medium

With food, we can share and communicate our emotions. It's that mindset of sharing that is really what you're eating.
– Jeong Kwan

A potluck is essentially a food party where each guest contributes a different (often homemade) dish to share. At its base element, it is bonding over food.

Hosting a potluck is less about what food to bring and more about sharing the act of breaking bread with your fellow human beings.

Also, as far as employee engagement activities go, a potluck requires no hassle.

Organizing a potluck is a relatively cheaper option, straightforward to put together, brings a feeling of shared culture, and increases the happiness quotient overall.

Moreover, it provides a way to balance your work and personal life.

Also, when teams eat together, team dynamics improve, increasing productivity and team building.

With so many positives, you should conduct an office potluck as soon as possible!

5. Encourage Employees to Pursue Side Projects

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Encourage Side Projects High Medium High

You probably think that this is a waste of your company's time and money.

But would you reconsider if I said that the maximum number of the god-level companies (think Twitter, Instagram, GitHub) started as a side project?

One of the many benefits of side projects is that it forces the employees to think outside the box, to get their creative juices flowing, and to manage their time effectively.

Thus, employees will be more excited to come to work and hence be more engaged. Therefore, a win in incorporating employee engagement activities.

6. Employee Work-From-Home Policy

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Work-From-Hhome Policy High Medium High

At Doximity, they follow the GLD(Get Life Done) policy on Wednesdays.

According to Shari Buck (CPO of Doximity):

It's the day we tackle tough problems with fewer distractions. For me, that means sitting at my dining room table with printouts of product specs and a red pen.

Working from home on Wednesdays (or any day of the week) has several benefits.

First of all, it provides a flexible work-life balance. Second, working from home with pajamas will be a good idea.

Granted that not every company can afford such work-from-home policies frequently. So, instead of every week, you can offer a day to work from home each month.

7. Celebrate Those Birthdays, Anniversaries, and Personal Milestones

Celebrate those birthdays anniversaries and personal milestones

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Celebrate Birthdays/Anniversaries Medium High Medium

Employees will be less likely to be engaged if they feel their workplace lacks soul or emotions.

Every employee has their happy days. Thus, be sure to make those days unique for your employees from your side.

Sing the happy birthdays loudly!

Celebrate when an employee finishes a year(or more) of joining and decorate their workspaces when they complete a goal!

Give your employees and their spouses a token from your side on their anniversaries!

8. The First-day Welcome Card/Gift to New Hires

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Welcome Card/Gift for New Hires Medium Medium Medium

One of the first employee engagement activities is to introduce a new hire.

You wouldn't want to make your new employees disengaged on their first day itself, would you?

Thus, the trick is to make your workplace as welcoming as possible. One of the many ways is to present a welcome card, gift, or email to the new hires.

However, it is not limited to this single idea. Get creative. Showcase your company's best traits. Gather new ideas to welcome your new employees.

  • Present them with company-branded SWAG(stuff we all get). It needn't be elaborate or expensive. Mugs, t-shirts, and cool stationery are good options.

  • Equally important is to introduce them to the team.

  • Moreover, reach out to your new employees before they join, just as Facebook does. Thus, instead of a long lecture about what to do and not to do, send these over an email. It will save everyone's time.

  • Uniquely, allow the new employees to choose their first project. Thus, completing it will help him/her ease into the company's workflow and boost their morale.

9. Build an Excellent Mentorship Program

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Mentorship Program Medium Medium High

It is best not to leave a new employee among the wolves, so to speak.

Predictably, every new employee is bound to feel lost and unsure. Thus, a mentorship program becomes exceptionally vital.

A mentor is a more experienced person who guides and advises a less experienced one.

With this in mind, you can assign an older employee as a mentor. Also, to make the process fun, you can offer additional benefits for employees volunteering to be mentors.

Here are the reasons you should consider implementing a mentorship program:

  • A mentorship program benefits both the receiving ends. The mentee gets someone to guide him, and the mentor learns to be responsible.

  • When a new employee faces trouble, he/she might hesitate to approach the manager directly.

In this case, the chances of confiding in the mentor are higher. This knowledge reduces tremendous stress and anxiety from a new employee's mind.

  • A mentor showing you the ropes is bound to be more useful than a long and dull orientation lecture.

The new employee will learn his way around the company faster if a mentor is there to guide them.

10. "Pecha Kucha Nights" is an Outstanding Employee Engagement Strategy

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Pecha Kucha Nights High Medium Medium

I am so excited to share this one with you.

Pecha Kucha is a presentation style created by the Japanese. The idea is simple.

A Pecha Kucha presentation will have 20 slides. Each slide is displayed for 20 seconds. So, a Pecha Kucha presentation lasts for precisely 6 minutes and 40 seconds.

Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham devised Pecha Kucha Nights in February 2003, where young designers met, showed their work, and exchanged ideas.

The first Pecha Kucha Night happened in Tokyo. After that, it blew way out of proportion.

Consequently, Pecha Kucha Nights became the rage everywhere.

Benefits of a "Pecha Kucha Night":

  • We, as human beings, have a minimal attention span. Thus, it means that a long presentation will result in a numbing of brains and long yawns.

Hence, the Pecha Kucha presentation style can be used for business meetings and a fun night.

  • A Pecha Kucha Night is usually a theme-based night where each participant has to share his views and points based on the topic.

It gives the participants a free pass to share and gain information.

  • For the most part, it is easy and inexpensive to organize.

11. Boosting Morale by Volunteering for a Cause

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Volunteering for a Cause High Medium High

To give someone a part of your happiness will multiply it by a thousandfold.

When people participate in the art of giving, it inspires in them a feeling of peace, joy, and contentment.

Indeed, the notion of "giving back" is very powerful.

You don't need a huge budget or a PR strategy to do good in the world. Most often, it is the simple acts of kindness that make all the difference in the world.

It might be a day at the nursing home where the employees help with the day-to-day tasks. It might be volunteering at the animal shelter. Then again, it might take the children from an orphanage to a picnic or a park.

The possibilities are simply endless! So go out there and do your bit.

12. "How was your Day?"

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
"How was your Day?" Conversations Medium High Medium

Never, ever underestimate the power of small talk.

All your efforts to engage employees will go to waste if your employees feel that you are indifferent to them.

To build an organization based on mutual trust and respect, you must bridge the gap between you and your employees.

So, when it comes down to it, how much do you know about your employees?

Hence, get to know them a little more. Especially talk to your employees about their families, pets, and dreams. Ask them how their day was going. Whenever you see them, be sure to smile or say good morning.

13. Nap Times

Nap Times

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Nap Times Medium Medium Medium

You know the feeling after having a productive morning, you eat lunch, and suddenly your eyelids can't stay open?

I am sure every employee can relate to this feeling!

So does that mean that after lunch, every employee is in an eternal state of sleepiness and is not productive?

However, the Japanese have an answer to this problem!

In Japan, the maximum number of companies offer their employees nap time, convinced that it leads to better work performance.

And it has been very successful so far.

Okuta, a home renovation firm near Tokyo, allows its employees to take a 20-minute power nap at their desks or in the staff lounge. Introduced two years ago on the orders of the firm's chairman, Isamu Okuta, it has proved an enormous hit.

14. Meditation Time to Manage Work-Life Stress

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Meditation Sessions High Medium High

Stress among employees is at an all-time high. The effects of stress play out differently in different persons. Some feel pressure is the best motivator to work, while others can't cope with stress.

Hence, stress will act as a hindrance while planning activities for employee engagement activities.

Whatever be the outcome, one should learn to manage stress effectively.

One of the best ways to relieve stress is through meditation. But meditation is not about monk-like focus or chanting "om."

Meditation is about taking a moment to sit still, reflect upon your thoughts, and simply breathe.

Research says that meditation for even 10 minutes controls stress, decreases anxiety, improves cardiovascular health, and achieves a higher capacity for relaxation.

At the start of the day, encourage employees to meditate for a minimum of 10 minutes before resuming any work. It will enable them to keep stress at bay, focus better, and perform better throughout the day.

15. Office Trips are Great for Team Building

Office Trips are great for team building

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Office Trips High Medium High

Office trips are fun, engaging, and a great way to bond.

An annual office trip can be established as a sort of office tradition and will be a good thing to look forward to.

16. Silly Trophies are Fun and Engaging

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Silly Trophies High Medium Medium

Every workplace has its own set of characters with their traits and quirks.

Awarding silly trophies is a way of celebrating uniqueness and sharing a laugh.

So, go on. Give the titles of "The Foodie," "The Most Likely To Cry During A Movie," "The Mom," and much more! Make these awards fun, creative, and loud.

After all, silliness has a charm of its own.

17. Host an Anxiety Party

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Anxiety Parties High Medium High

It is precisely as it sounds.

You host a party. Everyone gathers around and shares their anxieties.

Organizing Anxiety Parties is an idea the Google Ventures team came up with.

The idea formed when the team members of the Google Ventures team started having doubts and work-related anxieties. Also, they were somewhat hesitant to discuss these anxieties with the other teammates.

So, they threw an Anxiety Party.

How to successfully throw an Anxiety Party:

  • The first step is to convince everyone to attend.

  • Once you get everyone to gather around, give everyone a piece of paper.

  • Instruct everyone to write any work-related anxieties or worries that have been keeping them up at night.

  • Spend about 10 minutes writing down worries such as, "I am worried that my work is not stellar."

  • Collect the sheets of paper and ask the participants to rank them. A rank 0 would mean that "I didn't know it was an issue." A level ten would say, "Yes, I have been facing the same problem."

  • Then, address each issue, starting with the highest-ranked anxiety. Discuss ways to counteract these anxieties with actionable goals.

  • Throw Anxiety Parties whenever necessary. Google does it quarterly, but you should do it according to your employees' needs.
    I think hosting an Anxiety Party will be among the most effective employee engagement activities.

18. "Bring your Pets to Work" Days

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
"Bring your Pets to Work" Days High Medium Medium

Who wouldn't want to have their best friend beside them all day long?

It might sound strange to be a part of the employee engagement activities, but hear me out.

According to research, conducting a "Bring your dog to work" day demonstrated that the differences in perceived stress between days the dog was present and absent were significant. The employees, as a whole, had higher job satisfaction than industry norms.

Reasons to have a "Bring your pets to work" day:

Having pets in the office helps in increasing employee morale.

Besides, pets are the best stress relievers. Research has indicated that the simple act of stroking a pet can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol. Moreover, pets also help in increasing coworker cooperation.

How to successfully host a "Bring your pets to work" day:

  • First, gather a list of employees and their pets.

  • Also, ask around if any employee has any animal-related allergies. Likewise, keep a note of any employee who has any pet-related anxieties.

  • Allowed pets should be comfortable around people.

  • Every pet should have a tag where the owner's name and details are mentioned clearly.

  • Furthermore, make every employee responsible for their pets, i.e., toys, food, etc.

19. Focus on Brainstorming Sessions

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Brainstorming Sessions High Medium High

Do you know the surest way to see your business decline? A lack of new ideas.

Brainstorming remains the greatest and the most effective way to generate new ideas.

Steve Jobs preferred to go on a walk with his team and discuss new ways to innovate ( walking helps generate great ideas by almost 60%). Jeff Bezos throws occasional two pizza parties to gather a small group of people to brainstorm.

Yes, brainstorming sessions are loud and chaotic. Also, many a time, these sessions wouldn't give productive ideas.

But it remains one of the best employee engagement activities. Why?

Because conducting these brainstorming sessions is hugely profitable for your organization. Mainly because when structured correctly, brainstorming sessions give excellent results.

  • Encourages critical thinking and out-of-the-box ideas.

  • Also, it helps in team building.

  • Furthermore, you get a diverse range of ideas.

  • Brings out the introverted employees out of their shells and encourages them to contribute.

20. Celebrate Diversity Day

Celebrate Diversity Day

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Celebrate Diversity Day High Medium Medium

We are all different and, hence, stronger together.

What is diversity, you ask? It is a collaboration between various races, ethnicities, and genders.

Did you know that in a blind audition, female musicians increased their probability of being selected by about 25% to 46%?

It shows, without a doubt, how much of a subconscious intolerance we have when we meet someone different from us. Thus, this is why we must build upon and celebrate diversity in the workplace.

With this in mind, celebrating Diversity Day in your company would mean a lot to the people who face a cultural block.

Furthermore, it would also help to educate your employees to respect various cultures, people, and traditions.

21. Gamification Helps Increase Employee Competitiveness

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Gamification High Medium High

Nothing drives better performance and enhances engagement as a reward waiting at the end of a competition.

Gamification is not similar to games. Gamification is essentially taking the factors that make games so engaging and fun and applying them in real-life situations.

In other words, it is the concept of turning tasks into a friendly competition of sorts.

And employees seem to love this!

According to a study, gamification not only strengthens employee work engagement but also boost sales.

So, if you want a fast-paced solution to securing employee engagement, consider investing in gamification.

22. One-on-one Meetings to Boost Work-Life

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
One-on-one Meetings Medium High High

One-on-one meetings dictate the most vital part of the employees' experience: how they perceive you, their boss.

These meetings are vital in building a communication bridge between you and your employees.

Yes, one-of-ones are time-consuming, but the return on investment is enormous. But as a boss, you shouldn't shy away from conducting these meetings.

Some tips to remember during a one-to-one meeting:

  • First of all, make it about them and not you. Don't try to brag or superimpose.

  • Moreover, prepare a list of questions that you have meant to ask. Otherwise, the meeting will be futile.

  • Try to listen with an open mind without interrupting.

  • As much as possible, keep it informal and relaxed. Also, regularly conduct these meetings.

23. Conduct Frequent Training Development Sessions


Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Frequent Training Sessions High High High

It is evident that, along the course of their career, an employee will face new technologies or concepts they are unfamiliar with.

In this scenario, frequent training sessions are crucial in building employee morale and ensuring they don't lose self-confidence.

Frequent training sessions help in-

  • Keeping an employee updated on current technologies.

  • It will ensure that an employee can give their optimal performance.

  • Helps to meet your employees' needs for continuous growth and career development.

24. Give Away Those Rewards

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Rewards for goal acheived Medium Medium Medium

Here's an excellent tip for you to build an extraordinary company culture. Don't forget to use it when the going gets tough.

Rewarding and recognizing goals achieved by the employees or by team members. Giving rewards is an integral part of all employee engagement activities.

However, never assume the possible rewards that your employees may want.

Sure, they'll accept it with smiling faces, whatever it is that you give. But will they be happy about it? Well, definitely not!

But you'll find that apps and software that will allow your employees to select from a variety of rewards that THEY want will work wonders in building culture.

Thus, your employees won't have to pretend to be satisfied and are more likely to be engaged.

25. Peer-to-Peer Recognition Works Wonders

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Peer-to-Peer Recognition Medium High High

Peer-to-peer recognition is among the most underrated significant employee engagement activities.

Remember the last time when someone told you what a great job you have done?

Particularly, think about how happy and contented it made you feel.

Namely, recognition boils down to appreciating a job well done. And peer-to-peer recognition is the most powerful motivator in and outside the workplace.

All in all, having peer-to-peer recognition is an excellent way to build an environment of gratitude and appreciation, where colleagues thank each other for their accomplishments.

Whether it be a digital platform where appreciation becomes the norm or encouraging employees to show their colleagues love.

Ultimately, those "kudos" are essential, and you know it!

26. Proper Onboarding = Good Talent Management

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Proper Onboarding Medium High High

The best way to achieve employee retention is to start engaging them on the first day itself.

The biggest mistake that companies make is to walk the new hire around the office and show them to their desks.

For the new employee, this process in itself is incredibly stressful, awkward, and intimidating. A good onboarding process aims to make employees thrive and feel at home from the first day.

Getting new hires to feel welcome on the first day is not as complicated as you think. Here are a few ideas to make the onboarding process more effective:

  • Send an excellent welcome aboard care package. A mug, t-shirt, and some company swag should be nice.

  • Assign a mentor to the new hire. It will prove to be a lifesaver.

  • Give the new hire a new assignment on the first day itself. Something easy and exciting that aligns with the team's values.

Onboarding isn't just about the first day in the office - it starts way before that! So, why not give your new hires a warm welcome with a well-crafted welcome letter? Include all the info they need in the letter (details, resources, and timings) to make onboarding a breeze.

27. Trivia Days For Team Building

Trivia Days For Team Building

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Trivia Days High Medium Medium

Trivia Days is one of my new "go-to" employee engagement ideas. It is easy, short, super fun, and also throws in some knowledge in the mixture.

Divide the employees into teams. Each team will earn a point if they are the first one to answer the question correctly. Eliminate each group as the round progresses.

Not only can trivia days facilitate long-lost internal communication, but they also force people to work together as teams. An improvement from the overhyped happy hour, right?

Similar Articles: List Of Best Icebreaker Questions For Work

28. Book Club Facilitates Internal Communication

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Book Club Medium High High

Looking for an easy and low-cost employee engagement activity?

Implementing an office book club is a fantastic way to build trust and transparency among team members. Additionally, a book club manages to-

Select books with broad appeal for a book club open to all company employees.Consider starting a Book Club at your company and see how much more engaged your employees can get.

29. Employee Swap Day

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Employee Swap Day Medium Medium Medium

Make arrangements for an “Employee Swap Day,” where you can allow employees to temporarily swap their roles with colleagues from different teams and departments.

This is the best chance for employees to learn about different aspects of the company by simultaneously promoting cross-functional understanding and teamwork.

It can become a fun yet insightful way to take a break from a regular routine and build stronger connections.

30. Employee Idea Box

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Employee Idea Box High Medium Medium

All you need to do is set up an Employee Idea Box asking employees to submit their ideas, suggestions, and innovations anonymously.

You should encourage them to express their thoughts on improving products, processes, workplace culture, etc.

To fuel their articulation, reward and recognize the best ideas and implement the ones that are feasible.

This will make the employees feel that their input is valued.

31. Attending Conferences

Activity Fun Level Ease of Implementation Effectiveness
Attending Conferences High Medium High

It is natural for employees to seek learning and networking opportunities constantly.

Hence, apart from the training facilities, you can support them by allowing them to tap into the greater industry outside the company and helping them expand their networks.

Sending them to attend conferences is one of the best ways to assist your employees in networking well and bringing newer ideas to the table.

And this is only accessible to them through the company’s support.


An engaged workforce necessitates a good boss. While poor management leads to high turnover, good managers boost morale and are celebrated on National Boss's Day!

We know that engaging your employees may seem like a gigantic task you can never accomplish.

But try to incorporate these 31 employee engagement activities, and we are sure you will have a more productive, engaged, and happier workforce.

This article is written by Barasha Medhi who is a part of the marketing team at Vantage Circle. Barasha can be found either searching for interesting HR, company culture, and corporate buzzwords to write about or looking at pictures of cozy Bel Air mansions. For any related queries, contact editor@vantagecircle.com.

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