August 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);8/14/2009, p62
Trade Publication
Several photographs of people related to the travel industry are presented, which include Co-operative Travel learning and development manager Gaynor Golding, travel agents including Bluecoats Ben Bacon and Wendy Rogers, who are invited to join a fam trip to Camber Sands Holiday Park, Sussex, and travel agent Emma Lawrence, who has scooped a 3,000 pound cash prize after making 27 Jet2.com andJet2holidays. com bookings.


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