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New 2013 Taranaki Visitor Guides hit the shelves, nationwide

3 December 2012

The new 2013 Taranaki Visitor Guides hit the shelves, nationwide

The 2013 edition of the official Taranaki Visitor Guide will be distributed and on the display shelves this week. This is the third year the AA and Venture Taranaki, have collaborated on this successful publication.

200,000 copies of the publication will be distributed to 5000 outlets throughout the country, enabling all New Zealander’s easy access to in-depth information on visiting Taranaki.

“The 2013 Taranaki Visitor Guide is a great publication; the warm sky and mountain silhouette on the cover offers instant appeal, and the additional images and information within are comprehensive and engaging,” says Paul Stancliffe-White, Venture Taranaki General Manager, Visitor Industry.

The publication has been supported by over 90 of the region’s visitor industry businesses, with additional information looking at what’s on offer for visitors to Taranaki.

With the recent announcement of nine Taranaki attractors in the AA’s 101 Must Do list, the region is in a great position to keep our attractions and region top of mind. The AA 101 Must Do list and the 2013 Taranaki Visitor Guide together will encourage and inspire more New Zealanders to include Taranaki in their annual holiday plans.

“The guide is full of useful and interesting content, a comprehensive collection of advertisers and iconic images, but more importantly it provides a solid overview of the many fantastic visitor attractions and operators in the region,” says Paul.

The guides are distributed throughout NZ to hotels, motels, i-Sites, AA centre’s, rental companies, leisure and tour shops, B&B’s, backpackers, holiday parks, airports and selected restaurants/wineries.

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