Mystery Shopper from Bristol

October 2010
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;10/29/2010, Issue 2933, p32
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the visit of a mystery shopper to two travel agencies in Bristol, England and also visited two websites for a tour to Asia, Australia and North or South America in June 2011. In First Choice, the shopper was welcomed after entering the office. The consultant genuinely interested in the enquiry. Thomas Cook Ltd. store was well presented and the agents seemed happy to help.


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