August 2007
Travel Weekly (UK);8/31/2007, p27
Trade Publication
The article announces career developments involving executives at Holiday Taxis including Neil Herbert who resigned as managing director, Russell Parr who became sales and marketing director and Kathryn Lyon who was promoted to overseas director.


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