Beginning of work on the new edition of the emblematic local directory | Augusta-Margaret River Courier

Work has officially begun on the 2022 Margaret River Rotary Yearbook, with a renewed focus on purchasing local products and services.

Yearbook coordinators have confirmed that there will be no price increase for advertisements for the next edition of the beloved local resource.

“Business directory listings allow Rotary to maintain the printed directory, with online directory listings included.”

The directory has three sections – Community, Business Directory and Home Phone Numbers, and individuals and businesses with listings are encouraged to check to see if their information is included and up-to-date.

The iconic Directory is the primary source of funding for Rotary’s many projects – such as the Raft at Gnarabup and the new Men’s Shed.

Brian Middleton

“Margaret River, Cowaramup and surrounding areas are growing and many families are settling here,” said Brian Middleton of Rotary Margaret River.

“This growth means more buildings and infrastructure, more trades, more service providers and even more locals who need to find your expertise.

“To better meet growing demand, Rotary has moved to a more responsive platform – giving local businesses access to online sales, marketing and lead generation supported by Google’s online advertising.”

Advertisers are now being contacted about their inclusion in the 2022 edition, with coordinators reaching out to companies who have not yet advertised but would like to.

“The iconic Directory is the main source of funding for Rotary’s many projects – like the raft at Gnarabup and the new Men’s Shed,” Mr. Middleton said.

“We are so grateful to our sponsors and contributors for ensuring the Directory continues to raise funds for the community. We encourage everyone to shop local and shop local online.”

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