M M arketing P rogram Key Activities • In April, we launched our print advertising campaign: “love your heart, love your waist’. • Full page advertisements have been booked for April and June across: Australian Good Taste, Delicious, Notebook and Slimming & Health. • During these three months, almost 1.5 million Australian women will see our message.
Regional Meetings SUNRAYSIA REGION 11am - 8th June 2006 Lunch Meeting Venue: Hotel Mildura RIVERLAND REGION 6pm - 8th June 2006 Dinner Meeting Venue: Berri Resort Hotel ADELAIDE REGION 11am - 9th June 2006 Lunch Meeting Venue: Virginia Horticulture Centre
• We have confirmed the following key sponsorships: Bianca Chatfield from the Australian Netball Team and Sports Dieticians Australia. • Bianca has agreed to endorse Australian Almonds and appear in our advertising campaign. • Sports Dieticians Australia have also agreed to endorse the nutritional value of eating a handful of almonds everyday and for their logo to appear in all our communications. • Both Bianca and the SDA will significantly enhance the credibility of our advertising.
RSVP and further information contact: Julie Haslett Phone: (08) 8582 2055 Email: email@example.com
Press Release: Agricultural Census
“The data from the Agricultural Census helps Australia understand changes that have occurred in the sector to measure the contribution that agricul- ture makes to the economy.” said Ms Van Halderen. The Agricultural Census forms are sent through the mail. Forms will arrive by the end of June. Farmers are asked to complete the forms and return them within two weeks. Assistance will be available through a help line that will be printed on the form.
In June 190,000 businesses will take part in the 2005/06 Agricultural Census. The Agricultural Census is Australia’s biggest collection of agricultural statis- tics. It is conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) every five years and collects production data from primary producers around the country. Gemma Van Halderen, Head of the Agricultural Program of the ABS, says
it is beneficial for farmers from all in- dustries to take part in the Agricultural Census because the data provides important information about agricultural production across Australia.” “We strongly encourage people to complete their Census forms because the information they provide can assist people such as policy makers and industry bodies to make informed deci- sions about the agricultural sector that could affect them and their industry.”