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Jasons New Zealand Business Traveller 06/07

Press Release (Immediate)

Jasons New Zealand Business Traveller
2006/2007 Edition

Featuring 33 destinations, the newest edition of Jasons New Zealand Business Traveller 2006/2007 is a comprehensive travel resource for New Zealand business people.

Jasons Business Traveller 2006/2007 is the ideal way to keep abreast of the latest information for New Zealand business travel, including detailed maps, demographics, business and industry facts, accommodation and services to 21 locations in the North Island and 12 destinations in the South Island.

This reliable business guide provides up-to-date planning resources for travel to major cities plus destinations out of the mainstream, for face-to-face meetings, business think-tanks, board meetings and corporate retreats.

In today’s mobile business climate, many travellers plan on the move from a laptop, so don’t forget to visit Jasons Travel Channel www.jasons.com for the latest information, maps, accommodation and transport solutions.

Jasons Business Traveller 2006/07 North Island new business travel destinations include: Cambridge, Greytown, Hutt Valley, Martinborough, Paihia, Poirua, Taupiri, Thames.
Jasons Business Traveller 2006/2007 South Island new business travel destinations include: Akaroa, Gore, Te Anau

Want to know as soon as the Hot Deals and specials roll in? Subscribe to Jasons Business Traveller email newsletter for additional business news, city features and travel tips on New Zealand business destinations.

Your FREE 258 page Jasons Business Traveller 2006/2007 can be ordered online at www.jasons.com.

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