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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"In the age of mobile phones and devices, guests still look to the front desk for printed, tangible brochures and visitor maps.
Agents wishing to participate may order the brochures from IIAANY.
For a free brochure call 01553 763044 or visit visitwestnorfolk.com quoting MG 4 Lytham, St Annes and the Fylde Countryside A Lancashire coastal haven for all seasons.
Explaining how the idea of the brochure was initiated, Lakshmi Kothaneth, radio and TV journalist, said: "It was our personal initiative.
By the time a prospect finishes reading your brochure, he should feel as if he really knows you, as though he has something in common with you.
Thomas Cook Group, Plc, a UK-based travel company, has announced release of its Summer 2012 brochures.
"With every A World of Choice brochure, we aim to reflect current trends and shifts in holiday travel and, of course, further elevate the well-researched, bespoke holiday offerings we are known for," said Frederic Bardin, senior vice president, Emirates Holidays.
The brochure has 80 pages and is written in both Macedonian and German.
The brochure is a comprehensive holiday and destination guide which has been designed to meet the requirements of the discerning traveler from the Middle East.