In­for­ma­tion board now back on Broad­way

Matamata Chronicle - - News -

Af­ter its de­mo­li­tion by a way­ward car late last year, Mata­mata’s in­for­ma­tion board is back on Broad­way.

Public Re­la­tions As­so­ci­a­tion man­ager Sue Whit­ing said it may have taken a lit­tle time to get the board re­in­stated but it is def­i­nitely worth wait­ing for.

‘‘Built by Dar­ren Roa and his team, the board is now dou­ble sided which al­lows us to use the new ‘re­verse’ side to put up PRA and i-SITE mes­sages as well as giv­ing us ad­di­tional space when we have events on at one time.’’

The in­for­ma­tion boards are avail­able for use by any non-profit group or or­gan­i­sa­tion and are of­ten booked months in ad­vance.

Whit­ing said it is wise to make a book­ing for the in­for­ma­tion boards as soon as a group starts plan­ning their event.

Book­ings for space on the Broad­way in­for­ma­tion boards are made through the Mata­mata i-SITE Gate­house Visi­tor Cen­tre.

The new board is again out­side the i- SITE while the other is fur­ther along Broad­way out­side Chal­lenge and Power Pizza.


i-SITE con­sul­tant Jodie Swan­son, left, and i-SITE man­ager Me­morie Brooky with the new in­for­ma­tion board on Broad­way.

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