March 2013
Marketing (00253650);3/20/2013, p23
Trade Publication
The article presents the opinions of the marketers Garry Lace and Sam Turnbull concerning the marketing strategies that could be used by the travel agency Thomas Cook Ltd. to attract customers during the 2013 holiday season, focusing on internet business.


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