Keys to Success

October 2015
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;10/15/2015, p42
Trade Publication
An interview with Stuart Lee, manager at the Mainstreet Travel Group, is presented. When asked about his decision to join the training program for tour agents, Lee mentions that it is important for him same as with the others in the tourism industry. Lee cites the things he did with the £2,000 marketing budget for his travel company. The executive also offer tips for travel agents who cannot afford expenses in cruise ships.


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