November 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;11/10/2006, Issue 26, p27
Trade Publication
The article announces several promotions given to travel agency employees including Jeremy Hearst as product manager at Tempo Holidays, Brad Holman as Galileo's managing director for the Asia pacific region, and Shelley Beasley as managing director for Galileo Southern Cross.


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