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18 November 2002 at 12:11 pm
Staff Reporter
The Herald Sun’s ongoing advertising features and lift-outs gives you the opportunity to educate and inform their 1.5* million readers about your organisation, your services and facilities.

Staff Reporter | 18 November 2002 at 12:11 pm


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The Herald Sun - Advertorial
18 November 2002 at 12:11 pm

The Herald Sun’s ongoing advertising features and lift-outs gives you the opportunity to educate and inform their 1.5* million readers about your organisation, your services and facilities.

The Herald Sun’s full colour feature lift-out ‘A Time to Plan’ provides the perfect environment to advertise your organisation’s bequest program alongside wills and probate specialists.

‘A Time to Plan’ is scheduled to appear on November 27 and next year on February 26 and May 28.

The next ‘Charities and Bequests’ advertising feature will appear on April 23, 2003 and gives your organisation or community group the opportunity to advertise not only your bequest programs but also promote upcoming events, appeal for community participation or make a call for volunteers.

For enquiries further please contact Mel at the Herald Sun on 03 9292-2232 and she will be more than happy discuss advertising options with you.

* Source Roy Morgan survey, June 2002



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