June 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;6/29/2007, Issue 54, p14
Trade Publication
The article presents the qualifications set out by an individual who participated in the Mystery Shopper program of the undertaken by HOED Mystery Shopping. From Belconnen, Australian Capital, the mystery shopper wants to spend her honeymoon in Hawaii. She intends to spend between 10-14 nights with a total budget of about $16,000.


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