This edition of Seven – named after the town’s TR7 postcode and its seven beautiful beaches – is packed full of seasonal features including Christmas gift ideas from Newquay’s high street; an interview with the team behind the inspirational Skyhawk camera; and a list of all the best places to enjoy carbs and carvery’s this winter.
The magazine, which has been created by Newquay Business Improvement District (BID) and published by Newquay-based Muse Media, made its debut in June 2012 and is really hitting its stride with this fourth issue. The BID distribute15,000 copies of the free magazine during the winter months to all Newquay businesses, including leisure attractions, hospitality and accommodation providers, to continue to promote the resort out of season.
Eve Wooldridge, Newquay BID Manager said: “With the publication of the fourth issue of Seven we feel that the magazine has really found its feet. It has a strong tone of voice that is in-keeping with the new cool coastal Newquay brand, and its local features and relevant articles give it personality.
“We are very happy with the content in the winter issue and hope that it will encourage visitors to come to the resort out of season. Obviously, we are keen to promote the BIDs Christmas events too and the great £1 car-parking scheme that all the Christmas shoppers can take advantage of.”
“Seven magazine is a great marketing tool for businesses and the BID encourages local organisations to embed a link to the online version on their websites. Accommodation providers are welcome to request extra copies to place in their rooms or receptions to promote the town.”
Businesses are encouraged to get in contact with Newquay BID if they wish to get involved with Seven or receive free copies to distribute to their customers. Seven is also available to read online.