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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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The survey reveals an overwhelming majority of hotel front desk staff believe having brochure displays is the best way for them to help guests and enhance their experience.
The product range encompasses business cards, stationery, flyers, postcards, posters, catalogues, brochures, calendars and large format advertising systems.
Bankers can buy the brochures that best fit their business and customers.
A new poll by industry magazine Travel Weekly says almost two-thirds of agents would like to charge for brochures.
It found Thomas Cook was the most expensive online and in its brochure for a July package to the Sol Magalluf Park Hotel, Majorca, for two adults and child.
This brochure details what career opportunities are available in the field, how much education is required, what students can expect after they graduate from high school and the AYES program, and what level of compensation they can expect when they begin working.
Award of Merit, Branding brochure for Hearst Building retail.
There are an increasing number of visitors from China, Taiwan and South Korea, and the brochure is aimed at enhancing foreign visitors' understanding of Yasukuni Shrine,'' an official said.
The main place to put your message is in the headlines of brochures.
You also can distribute the corresponding brochures as handouts.
de under brochures to enter the password-protected area.