Thursday, December 16, 2010

APN Gets Behind the Granite Belt

Almost 15,000 Gold Coast Mail homes will today be introduced to a little Granite Belt culture, courtesy of a new feature publication being inserted into APN newspapers.

The 16-page full colour magazine is packed with ideas for the summer holidays, for families as well as couples looking for a romantic short break in the Queensland wine capital. 

An initiative of APN's Warwick Daily News, this edition has involved collaboration with Stanthorpe based Granite Belt Wine & Tourism (GBWT). It has been distributed through Burleigh Heads, Tallebudgera, Burleigh Waters, Palm Beach, Elanora and Currumbin Waters.

GBWT's Director of Marketing Michele Cozzi has worked closely with the APN family in the past decade, saying "APN can be a very powerful promotional ally for a not-for-profit community group like ourselves. We are happy to provide the APN network with travel story ideas and images, and to host a writer who has a feature travel story commissioned." 

Stanthorpe enjoys a reputation as being the coolest place in Queensland, not surprising therefore that visitors looking to learn more can phone 1800 SO COOL or jump onto