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Beef 2015 Ray White Rural promotion

By Richard Brosnan

Ray White Rural is promoting 10 premier properties during Beef 2015.

We invite you to join us at Beef Australia 2015

Just 10 opportunities available

Beef 2015: Monday 4th May to Friday 8th May

Ray White Rural will be represented at Beef Australia 2015 by Principals and staff from the Central Queensland offices of Rockhampton, Gracemere, Emerald and Biloela and head office personnel.

We have secured a double size exhibition stand located in a highly visible high traffic flow location in the Walter Pearce Pavilion that will be staffed each day to cater for enquiries from the thousands of people visiting the triennial exhibition.

The display will include static and electronic imagery promoting a selection of properties and services.

To maximize clients’ exposure during the expo, a maximum of just ten properties will be presented. The package includes…

  • A video of your property with professional voice over, looping on a large screen LCD screen

• A mounted property poster (approx. 800x600mm)

  • Inclusion on an interactive presentation on a flat screen computer available for use by visitors to learn more about individual properties
  • Two weekly guest passes to Beef 2015

Your investment $2,000

ONLY 10 PACKAGES ARE AVAILABLE Contact Richard Brosnan

at Ray White Rural Rockhampton on 0400 361 114

See below information sheets.


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