Treloar, Bruce
April 2004
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/5/2004, Issue 2608, p26
Trade Publication
Delves into the issue of pricing in travel brochures. Complaints of customers that brochure prices do not reflect the glossy paper used in promoting travel packages; Reasons for conducting the national survey on brochure pricing; Examples of different quotations for certain holidays.


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