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Foveaux Express To Attend TRENZ For The First Time

Delegates leave Southland on Saturday to attend this years TRENZ the major tourism event for the year which is being held in Christchurch.

Foveaux Express will attend TRENZ for the first time. The aim is to increase the profile of Stewart Island and the profile of our company’s services with international buyers” says Marketing Manager Sue Munro. “We are happy with our appointment schedule however are still trying to accommodate buyers as well as target other companies from the Northern Hemisphere market place”.

Over the past few months Sue and her team have been preparing for this international tourism buyers forum and will be selling a series of packages to the Island using the Foveaux Express. Foveaux Express has relaunched its web site this week www.foveauxexpress.co.nz


For additional information please contact Sue:

Telephone: 03 2191 327

Foveaux Express
P O Box 99
Stewart Island


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