NARACOORTE will be promoted as a "central hub" in a new advertising campaign.
Naracoorte Lucindale Business and Tourism Association committee decided at its meeting last week to run with a Channel 7 TV ad campaign.
"We'll make it a cooperative marketing campaign," president Julie Earl said.
The committee will offer members "follow-up ads" to promote their businesses and receive a discount.
Naracoorte Caves, central business district shops, parks and Kincraig Plaza will feature.
"It will show the generic attractions," she said. "We've done it before but we want to get some new footage."
Mrs Earl said the ad was in "planning stages" but would probably go live "in the next couple of months".
AltusQ Experiential Coaching's Duncan Redman will visit Naracoorte on July 18 and offer members business coaching.
He will do a two-hour seminar to improve your business and offer advice.
The association will offer five members two-hour free follow-up sessions with Duncan worth "hundreds of dollars".
Mrs Earl said the association wanted "to continue working" with Naracoorte Lucindale Council on other initiatives such as improving the town centre with Christmas lights this year.
The committee would offer members a new Facebook service and provide a free one-hour set-up service.
The town entrance project - a business and tourism association initiative - was finally happening and the committee was "excited about that".
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