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Northland Field Days Gets New Website

Northland Field Days Gets New Website

EXHIBITORS and visitors planning to attend the 2013 Northland Field Days from February 21-23 will be able to plan their trip better with the event's brand new website says president Lew Duggan.

With a new date, which is just under a month away, Northland Field Days Society thought it would be a good idea to launch a completely revamped website.

“The event is being held on a new date, we have more new exhibitors than ever before, we thought it would be only fitting that we launch a new website,” says Duggan.

Besides a cleaner, faster site Duggan says visitors will notice several new features including a news section, specials page and a list of all the free services offered at the Northland Field Days.

“The new Northland Field Days website is certainly more feature rich than its previous incarnation,” says Duggan. “And the best is still to come.”

Duggan says in the very near future visitors to the Northland Field Days site can expect to be able to subscribe to a newsletter and to browse detailed, searchable exhibitor listings.

The Northland Field Days is the regions' largest outdoor event and is held in Dargaville, two and a half hours North of Auckland.

To learn more about the Northland Field Days visit http://northlandfielddays.co.nz/ or call (09) 439 8998 for more information.


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