This needs to be achieved from the customer's side. Preferring a link/path is solely customer's choice
As per my understanding, you don't have a physical link running from your RouterB to Location_A or RouterA to LocationB of the customer. So, influencing failover is not in your control. You can only send in the default routes to the customer, rest they have to take care.
Customer can use local preference on Location_A router to influence / prefer the outgoing traffic via your Router_A. Same needs to be done on Location_B via Router_B.
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