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09.06.20
Keep It Local

A final reminder for you to secure an opportunity to advertise FOR FREE to more than 120,000 local customers. ChristchurchNZ and local publishers Ovato are encouraging locals to support you – our local Christchurch businesses.

They are publishing and distributing a mailer to 126,000 Christchurch households at the end of June. They are offering you a free advertising opportunity within this publication. We would love you to be involved. All advertisements need to be Christchurch-based businesses and it would be preferential if a ‘value-add’ opportunity (discount, gift with purchase etc) was available.

Please submit your adverts before 5pm this Wednesday, 10 June – we don’t want you to miss out.

Find out how to secure your spot and advertisement specifications

A big thanks to Ovato who has kindly donated the printing and distribution of this publication.

Any queries, please contact lisa.hoffman@christchurchnz.com

Domestic Campaign Deals

ChristchurchNZ have launched Explore Local Campaign and we are launching ExploreCHC Domestic Campaign next month. In preparation for this domestic campaign, we are creating a deals landing page on christchurchnz.com and invite you to provide your deals for us ahead of the campaign launch.

Please e-mail your deals to joy.sajamark@christchurchnz.com and include the following requirements.
  • Image - high res jpg or png image, preferably 2400 pixels wide, landscape orientation with no text overlay or logos on it.
  • Company name to be featured on the deal.
  • Title of deal.
  • Description of deal - no more than 35 words
  • Call to action to be a direct booking link, where the customer can book/purchase the deal from

*Please note there is limited space. If your business is not featured in the first run, we will endeavour to place your ad in one of the following publications.

Terms and Conditions apply.

Don't forget we have other important information to help your business so please check out our BUSINESS RESOURCE PAGE for more information