Magical Mystery Tours coming up for people who serve tourists

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SACKVILLE, N.B. – The Town of Sackville will be offering two "Magical Mystery" tours on Thursday, June 26 and Saturday, June 28. These tours are familiarization tours, and they are intended to give front line workers (anyone who works in a location tourists might visit) the chance to see some of the sites around the area first hand. They will also have a costumer service training component.

"The tours are led by our town crier, David Fullerton, and his wife, Diane," said Ron Kelly Spurles, Sackville’s manager of tourism and business development. "They're a lot of fun, and people really get a good overview of what things there are for visitors to do in the area, and they learn some useful costumer service skills too. There are also some small prizes for those who "solve the mystery", which is a series educational trivia questions asked along the way."

The program is offered free of charge by the Town of Sackville, and businesses can enroll as many workers as they want to. This year it will be offered for two days, with the content repeated each day. Workers can attend the whole day or only a half if that is all they are available.

To register, or for more information, contact Kelly Spurles at 364-4938 or

Geographic location: SACKVILLE

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