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Bunnik Tours launches its very own marketing company

Tour operator Bunnik Tours has launched a new marketing offering for businesses in the Australian travel industry.

Catherine Kelly

With its name celebrating the Dutch heritage of the Bunnik family, Little Windmill Marketing will utilise the talents of the current Bunnik Tours marketing team to assist companies with strategic planning, digital and social media campaigns, content creation,  branding and graphic design, and website development.

Bunnik Tours CEO Dennis Bunnik said: “Over the past few months, with the travel industry experiencing a major downturn, we decided to look at the resources we have in the company, take the opportunity to think outside the box and re-purpose our offer.

“As such, Little Windmill Marketing was born.”

Catherine Kelly, director of marketing at Bunnik Tours and head of the new business offshoot, said: “Little Windmill is offering a unique opportunity to utilise a team normally off limits to external companies.

“We recognise that a lot of small- to mid-size companies in the travel industry are faced with the need to come out of lockdown in a really impactful way, but may not have the marketing resources and know-how or the big budgets to capitalise on the opportunity.

“We are ready to help. This not only puts a great team to work, but also lifts up the industry through positive collaboration.”

Little Windmill is offering any new client who purchases a service over $1,000 a bonus social media content package valued at $495 (terms and conditions apply, of course).

For further information, you can click here, email hi@littlewindmillmarketing.com.au or call (08) 8312 2299.

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