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New Season Brochures

Press Release 06 November 2006


New Season Brochures


Tourmasters South Pacific (NZ) Ltd is proud to announce the release of Magic Travellers Network’s exciting new brochures for the 2006/07 season.

Magic Travellers Network has undertaken a brand evolution and believes the new look and feel is fresh, clean and vibrant. Having worked with top design company Brave New World, Magic has been launched forward with a design that will take us well into the future. “We feel it is a fitting new design…for New Zealand’s leading backpacker company”

Having gathered feedback from our passengers and agents, the new season brochure is user friendly, provides valuable information and is ‘fun’.
Magic has produced a winning combination with an exciting new look and extremely competitive new season prices.

Additions to the new season brochure are:

- 15% discount for backpacker card holders on selected passes.

- An exciting method of travel and new destination to compliment the current nationwide network, with a unique ferry journey from Auckland to Coromandel Town, with an optional Waiheke Island stopover

- Snippets of kiwiana throughout the itinerary pages to give passengers an insight to Kiwi traditions and uniqueness.

- A comprehensive list of free inclusions and walks for passengers.

Remember, Magic has less compulsory overnight stops so our customers can spend more time where they want. Make every New Zealand day count. Do more with Magic.


ENDS

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