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Holiday Shoppe’s Travel Magazine Gets New Look

Holiday Shoppe’s Travel Magazine Gets New Look

Auckland , 13 November 2007 . On Location – Holiday Shoppe’s travel magazine – is now out with a fresh new look for summer.

The quarterly glossy magazine is just over a year old and has gained a loyal following with Holiday Shoppe customers and franchisees as well as advertisers.

“Holiday Shoppe customers want to ‘experience’ travel around the globe and On Location is full of stories about the best holiday spots to go,” says Natalie Jones, Holiday Shoppe MarketingManager. “Holiday Shoppe strives to offer its customers the best travel experience and On Location is a great way to do just that.

“There is a lot more to travel than just lying in the sun or shopping. The world is full of amazing sights, experiences and tastes and our writers take you there delivering a read reflecting exactly what Holiday Shoppe strives for its customers – an unforgettable experience.”

The summer issue is available now and packed with stories about fabulous destinations – cruising the Danubein Europe, black bear spotting in Alaskaand views for Africain Africa. Or closer to home, spectacular Tasmania, the sand dunes of FraserIslandand all the luxury of the Hilton Fiji.

“Holiday Shoppe franchisees from around the country join with the team of writers in the magazine sharing their knowledge, expertise and experience and it’s a great read from cover to cover,” says Natalie.

The quarterly magazine is available at all Holiday Shoppe stores and at 68 pages is the largest free retail travel magazine in New Zealand.

With is new look on Location also has a new production house, Consortium.


Check out On Location on-line at

HolidayShoppe has 75 independently owned and operated offices throughout

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