May 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);5/29/2009, p33
Trade Publication
The article presents information on Thomson Holidays, a Worcester, England-based travel agency that got a rating of 88%, and was declared as the winner. When a client went to the agency, two agents found a suitable package for the client and gave him a quote. The agent told the client that even if he did not want to book that day, he would be welcome to come to the agency any time.


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