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New Christchurch Promotional Booklet Launched


CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL

To: Chief Reporter / Council Reporter
From: David Gee - Journalist
Media statement 15 February 2000

NEW PROMOTIONAL BOOKLET LAUNCHED

The first copies of a new, glossy promotional booklet published by the Christchurch City Council went straight to Australia for a trade show.

Two thousand copies went to Christchurch and Canterbury Marketing, which took them to Australia as soon as they came off the presses. The other 58,000 copies of the booklet will be used for promotional purposes at home and abroad. The 24-page booklet relies mainly on coloured photographs to tell its Christchurch and Canterbury message.

Further information: Lisa Hoffman, City Promotions: 371 1253.


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