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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 brochure creator for Mac lets users create stunning e-brochures in multiple languages to reach out to a broader audience base online.
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.
"I am extremely pleased that the Independent Insurance Agents Association of New York State will also include both the statewide DWI and 1-800-CIIRB-DWI phone numbers on the brochure," stated the Superintendent.
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.
According to Khawla Kabanji, chief executive officer of Zajel Courier Services, thousands of brochures have been distributed in less than two days.
Speaking to Times of Oman, Mohammed Al Farsi, GM of Shell Oman External Affairs, who supported the campaign, said: "The aim of launching the multilingual brochure is to spread the road safety message to all sections of the society."
If you try to be the advisor who is a great money manager, is Internet-savvy and also offers the best retirement planning advice, you'll just end up with a brochure that's a blunt instrument, not the marketing scalpel it should be.
Richard Calvert, the company managing director for UK Mainstream tour operations, said, 'We've worked hard to understand exactly what makes holidaymakers tick when it comes to choosing their important summer holiday and what they want from our brochures. The results of this are not only reflected in the different types of holidays on offer, but the way they are presented in our brochure portfolio.'
Industry experts are now predicting free brochures could soon become a thing of the past.
As a result, a medical consultant from Contra Costa Health Services and a University of California researcher with expertise in the reproductive health of immigrant women developed a project, Apoyando a la Mujer Latina (Providing Support to Latina Women), aimed at creating a new set of family planning brochures. The project's guiding principle was to listen to and learn from the target population so as to provide materials that would help Spanish-speaking clients who had not graduated from high school make informed choices about contraceptive methods, improve compliance and increase knowledge about how to use contraceptives correctly.
FAMILIES can save hundreds of pounds by booking their summer holidays online - instead of from a glossy brochure.