Woman’s Day offers cocktails and air miles

  • Media
  • April 29, 2010
  • StopPress Team
Woman’s Day offers cocktails and air miles

The cold winter months are just around the corner and pretty soon the sun’s warmth will seem a distant memory. Fortunately Woman’s Day magazine has just opened its Fiji 2010 trip offering media buyers and their clients three days and three nights at the Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa later this year.

The getaway is planned for late July and is open to all new media bookings for $40,000 net of discount and over for the May, June and July 2010 Woman’s Day issues. The offer applies to new bookings commencing from Monday, 12 April and that are exclusive to Woman’s Day.

Woman’s Day editor Sarah Henry says it’s a great way to break up the miserable months and have your brand’s campaign enjoy the benefits of the most read title by females 18-80 years.

"The Woman's Day Fiji trip has become infamous. Just ask those who've been on it before," she says. "This year promises more excitement, more surprises and more insight into the mysterious world of magazines. You don't want to miss out on THE media event of 2010. I’ve got some great inside goss to share with you all."

For terms and conditions on the trip contact:

Anna Hitchcock, Woman’s Day magazine manager, 09 308 2786 or 021 309 008.

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