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Get into this year’s directory quickly

28 Sep 2010

Advertisers wishing to be in front of Docklands residents and workers for the whole of 2011 should act fast and contact the Docklands Directory 2011’s sales manager Linh Nguyen.

Ms Nguyen said display advertising in the directory was now available, but she couldn’t guarantee that spaces would be available for long.

“The first in will be best dressed, no doubt about it,” she said.  

The directory was introduced this year and has proven to be a great success for the businesses involved.

This year, the directory will feature free listings for more than 600 Docklands businesses under a wide range of categories.

“We will list their name, address, precinct and phone number for free,” Ms Nguyen said.  “We expect about 16 pages of business line listings.”

Combined with vital information for residents and visitors (including maps and directions), the handy A5, 80-page booklet takes pride of place beside the phone in Docklands apartments or on the desk of the thousands of workers who commute here every day.

Ms Nguyen can be contacted on 0424 155 160 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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