The perfect trek for any marketer Borneo to be wild

March 2000
Marketing (00253650);3/16/2000, p68
Trade Publication
Invites marketing agencies to raise money for the Foyer Foundation, a charity for the homeless in London, England by participation in Raleigh International's training programs in Borneo. Amount of the sponsorship fee; Contact information.


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