Rotary phone guide is out now
THE new My Whitsunday Rotary phone guide has now been delivered to most homes and businesses in the local area with the 2013-14 edition also accompanied by a new website and mobile app.
Created by locals for locals, the guide boasts a proud 28-year history, during which the Rotary Club of Airlie Beach has returned more than $10million in advertising proceeds from the phone book to the community.
Airlie Beach Rotary Club president Roger Boast said every resident could be proud of My Whitsunday and every resident, business and local organisation somehow reaped the benefits.
Phone guide manager Kerrie Leech said the team at Cannonvale’s Media Whitsunday, who produced the guide for Rotary, was passionate about the product and its benefits to locals.
“And we’re thrilled that everyone finds [My] Whitsunday so easy to use and so full of the information that they feel is important to them,” she said.
The 2013-14 cover slot has been snapped up by Ray White Whitsunday to promote the Regatta Waters residential subdivision on the outskirts of Cannonvale.
Ray White Whitsunday principal Mark Beale said he was proud to be associated with the community product which would also ensure all locals knew about the development ahead of the opening of an onsite information office around Christmas time.
“This was the perfect way to showcase the estate and to get it out there in the public domain,” he said. Meanwhile, the phone guide’s companion website www.mywhitsunday.com.au has easy to find and use directories, maps, weather, tides, webcams and news. The recently launched smart phone application is another way the guide can be accessed and shared. The My Whitsunday team are on hand to answer technical or other questions on 4946 1594, during business hours.
PROUDLY PUBLISHED: Principal of Ray White Whitsunday Mark Beale with the Rotary phone guide’s Kim Bels who helped Mr Beale arrange Ray White’s special promotion of Regatta Waters on the cover of the newly released My Whitsunday phone book.