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Southbank directory a guide to the suburb

20 Nov 2012

The Southbank Local News is launching its newest venture, which will be released over summer, the Southbank Directory.

The directory is an A5 booklet, which lists every Southbank based business.

It also includes half and full page displays ads in six different categories – Where to shop, Where to eat and drink, Health, beauty and fitness, Arts and entertainment Where to stay and Community services.

Southbank Local News editor Sean Rogasch said the directory was a great chance to give your business maximum exposure to the local market.

“The directory will be distributed throughout Southbank in the same places as the paper, and additionally we will have copies in hotels in the area as well as Federation Square,” Mr Rogasch said.

“We’re printing 10,000 copies of the Southbank Directory so it is set to become a must-have guide to the suburb,” he added.

“This booklet is going to be a great reference for the 11,500 residents, the 37,000 workers and the endless number of visitors to the region.”

He also explained the different options for businesses wanting to be featured in the directory.

“On top of the free listings, businesses are able to feature in half page and full page listings, or premium display ads.”

There is still time for businesses to be included in directory. If you are interested call 8689 7980 or email sean@southbanklocalnews.com.au

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