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Local Advertisements


JEFF HORSEY, Jeff Horsey Solicitors:

"In this day and age I am continually bombarded by various advertisers seeking that I advertise in their publication or spend money optimising or redoing my website. Invariably though most of my new clients are either a referral from an existing client or they come in to my office with a copy of The Local Newsletter in their hand. It makes asking the question why they are using me redundant. Whilst my marketing plan is changed and reviewed regularly I never change one thing and that is my add in The Local Newsletter. Why? Because it works."

JO, UC Dental:

"We have been using the pages of The Local Newsletter for some time now. It is our main marketing format, and with good reason. It works for us because it sits around for a long while and has a long shelf life. It spreads our message out right throughout the month. It is very cost effective marketing for any local business."

BYRON GRAHAM, Highway Church:

"I am a strong advocate of The Local Newsletter and have been for many years. The Highway Church has been reaching out to the local community with a full page in every edition. We do it because it gets an important message out to a wide cross section of society. The Local Newsletter is an important marketing tool, and I don't mind recommending to anyone or any business to effectively reach a local marketplace."

MICHAEL TROTT, Rivermount College:

"Rivermount is a co-educational and non denominational college that was established at Yatala in 1992. We have 820 local students and we use The Local Newsletter to reach out to new families coming to our area and also to inform parents of existing students. The Local Newsletter gives us an excellent 'local' profile. It is excellent value for money offering a great service and reaching a specific market in our catchment area."

FRED WOODLEY, The Paradise Point & Northern Districts Progress Association:

"We have been serviced by The Local Newsletter for the past seven years . This local newsletter has allowed our association to reach a large number of residents in the area, to keep them informed of the contents of our monthly meetings, particularly those who cannot get to the meetings."