Come and visit us at Stockland today

IN THE PINK: Meet the members of the South Coast Register/Shoalhaven & Nowra News advertising sales team at Stockland today; Amy-Lee Cato, Rachael Thornett, Nick Beale, Jon Arcus, Tracey Kennedy, Carla Barnes, Teresa Haines-Inkles, and Jackie King.COME down to Stockland Nowra today and you’ll notice things are looking decidedly pink.Stockland retailers are joining South Coast Register/Shoalhaven and Nowra News staff in celebrating the launch of Fairfax Regional Media’s new social networking site ConnectPink.Not only will stores be pretty in pink, there will be some exciting special offers, deals and bargains to be had as retailers join in the pink party.ConnectPink is aimed specifically at the four million women who live in regional and rural Australia and allows an extension of their existing networks, communities and friendship groups.South Coast Register General Manager Rachael Thornett invites everyone to come down and take advantage of some hot pink deals.Mrs Thornett said ConnectPink combines aspects of social media with meaningful news, information and online shopping opportunities.“This is a perfect opportunity for any local business that has not ventured into online marketing or doesn’t have a website,” she said.“Business owners can do both at a very affordable price and connect directly to the local region, manage their own page and trade online without a web designer.”To join ConnectPink visit the South Coast Register team at Stockland, Nowra on Friday between 9am and 5pm or visit www.connectpink南京夜网.auThis story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.