Brochure


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Brochure

A pamphlet giving information. A brochure may display information on a tourist destination, a new company or nearly anything else. Brochures are generally graphic intensive and are used frequently in advertising and marketing.
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Lot D: Brochure Dobrogea - 64,000 runs in different language versions, according to Annex B
The product range encompasses business cards, stationery, flyers, postcards, posters, catalogues, brochures, calendars and large format advertising systems.
The brochure will give insight into what South Africa and Southern Africa has to offer.
Industry experts are now predicting free brochures could soon become a thing of the past.
compared the cost of the same holidays sold by Airtours, First Choice, Thomas Cook and Thomson in brochures and on the internet.
Both of these brochures are great to give to current and prospective students, share with parents, and use to promote your school's program.
Within the first and second quarters of 2006, Marketing Thru Graphics has already received six honors and awards for a series of projects comprising brochures, branding and other graphic-oriented collateral for clients in real estate and related categories and business services.
The brochure refers to World War II as the Great East Asian War.
The brochure does not, however, address the limited sheriff's resources assigned to the unincorporated areas: There are 16 deputies assigned to general and traffic patrols within the city on a typical day shift, while two deputies are assigned to worked the sprawling unincorporated areas.
If you take the time and effort to create an enduring message about the significant value of the camp experience you offer, your color brochure, video, and much of your Web site should serve you well for five years or even longer.