September 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;9/8/2006, p12
Trade Publication
The article features the $10,000 itinerary of Mystery Shopper in Canada for two weeks. According to the author that she would be traveling on her own and loves to be included in a group tour to place including Vancouver and taking a scenic train ride to the Rocky Mountains of the west coast. He notes that the purpose of Mystery Shopper is to make advancements in the industry of shopping.


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