Dennis, Juliet
October 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);10/16/2009, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that John Dunford, director of Bourne Leisure, said that they will focus on value for money deals as it anticipates 2010 will be as tough as this year. To help the group maintain bookings next year, investment in its products is likely to be increased by 10 million pounds to 60 million pounds. He said that Bourne Leisure is on the lookout for at least one new property for its Warner Leisure Hotels' brand over the next three years, apart from expanding present properties.


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