Bridgette Redman

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Lansing, Michigan
Michigan State University
Spas, Hotels, The Midwest
  • Bridgette started writing when she was 4, inspired by her newspaper editor father.
  • She was initiated into the world of spa when she was asked to co-write two textbooks, nine workbooks, and several case studies for the International SPA Association.
  • She writes for anywhere from 25 to 40 different publications around the country each year.


Bridgette is a seasoned professional writer and second-generation journalist. The first obituary she wrote was of Karen Carpenter, but after an extended stint with newspapers, she moved into the world of travel and hospitality, spending 16 years writing training materials and textbooks for the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute. She wrote about hospitality for the U.S. military, hotel chains, colleges and private clubs. She freelanced extensively for the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA), the International SPA Association (ISPA) and the National Restaurant Association. Starting in 2021, she became the Midwest Correspondent for Spa & Beauty Today and writes travel and art stories for numerous publications.


Bridgette has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Michigan State University. She was a 2007 Fellow in the National Endowment for the Arts Journalism Institute for theater and Musical Theater at USC Annenberg.
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