Ramsden, Jo
June 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);6/4/2010, Vol. 5, p36
Trade Publication
The article presents information about Jo Ramsden, a travel agent from tour operator Holiday Experts in Barnsley, England. Ramsden who is very fond of television quiz shows, uses gameshows as a medium to find new customers. During the last three years, she participated in five gameshows including "Deal or No Deal" and received business of 22,000 pounds.


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