Nelson Leader : August 1st 2013
25 THE NELSON LEADER, AUGUST 1, 2013 WHAT'S ON THE RADIO NETWORK ADVERTISING FEATURE The changing face of the Radio Network Nelson Building exceptional business partnerships within the local Nelson community Adynamic new team is adding increased impetus to The Radio Network Nelson, with a key focus on building exceptional business partnerships within the local Nelson community. Heading the team is new Sales Manager Rob Lyver, who comes with extensive sales and marketing experience. A family man, Rob graduated from Victoria University, and ran his own marketing company while still studying there. Originally from "Rural Central Hawkes Bay", he's lived in Nelson for over four years now, falling in love with the region, its environment and opportunities for both family and business. "Nelson offers so many things, especially for families," says the proud father of 4-month-old Ethan. "I'm happy for my children to grow up here." Committed to being involved in the community -- through work and family life -- Rob adds that TRN Nelson will continue its long-term support of community events and causes, while also working to ensure Nelson businesses grow locally and nationally. "My first priority is to grow strategic and long-term business relationships within the local Nelson community. I want to fully understand clients' business needs so we are able to provide support and effective business solutions. "Supporting the community in which we live and do business is good for business for the community as a whole. We all share in that success," he explains. Networking plays a large role in his plans. It's all about connecting people; making opportunities for them and their businesses." "We're here to actively help people drive their business. Whether it's creating advertisements, jingles, on-air or on the street promotions or even adding a different perspective to their website; we have the people and we have the technology. "Come in and talk to us about how we can assist you." The recent appointment of a new Sales Manager for The Radio Network (TRN) is just one of several exciting new developments in the growth of the TRN Nelson office. "With new team members, a new office makeover and our key focus on building exceptional business partnerships within the local Nelson community, we are now perfectly placed to achieve our vision, explains Neil Jackson, TRN's Direct Sales Director. That vision includes TRN's philosophy to create compelling content and deliver active, engaged audiences to their advertising customers. TRN is New Zealand's market leader for radio advertising solutions delivered across strong radio and online brands including Newstalk ZB, ZM, Radio Sport, Classic Hits, Coast and Hauraki. It is jointly owned by Clear Channel Communications and APN News and media through the Australian Radio network. The new team brings with it renewed passion and invigoration at TRN Nelson; and a goal to be the very best in the local market. "We have several new people on the team, yet they all have one thing in common: a dedicated passion for radio and for achieving the best possible results for our clients," says Sales Manager Rob Lyver. Already an integral part of the community, TRN Nelson is now adopting an holistic approach for clients' marketing strategies. "We want to fit your business rather than you fit our constraints. Media is going though some major changes and radio has some great opportunities to take advantage of, so stay tuned." Visit the website www.radionetwork.co.nz Rob Lyver, Sales Manager Part of the dedicated team at The Radio Network Nelson 5512975AA 41 Selwyn Place Nelson 7010 P: 03 548 1064 F: 03 546 2580 W: radionetwork.co.nz SIX BIG BRANDS IN NELSON COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD How to place a notice Deadline: Tuesday noon Length: 30 words max including contact details. Submit listing online at theleader.co.nz or post to: Community Noticeboard, The Leader, P O Box 244, Nelson This is a noticeboard for community organisations to inform readers of what is happening. Listings are only for non-profit organisations. Those wishing to have a notice printed must submit their listing weekly. There is no guarantee of notice placement. FROM Page 24 Social, Cultural PRESCHOOLERS, music and time out for parents (child care provided). St Ste- phens Church, 61 Tahunanui Dr (opp McDs). Mondays 9.45am. Newcomers welcome. Morning tea provided. STOKE Kindergarten, are seeking dona- tions of items in good condition for their upcoming garage sale. Items can be taken to kindy at 21 Ranui Rd from July 29, 8.30am and 3.30pm Monday to Friday. (No TVs). PROBUS Club of Nelson City, welcomes men and women as new members. Meet- ings held on 2nd Thursday of each month, 9.45am at Nelson Suburban Club. For more information Ph Jo 545 0991. SCOTTISH Dancing, every Tuesday in Stoke, 7.30pm till 9.30pm, St Andrew's Church Hall, Songer St, Stoke. Ph Marga- ret 547 3913 for information. No partner needed, wear soft flat shoes. LADIES Dance Group, all ages, fun, social latin based. Dance because you love to or show off in our dance perform- ance team if you must. Victory Community Centre, Monday 7.30pm till 9pm. Ph Jo 027 263 0187. GREENHILL Orchestra, Octopussy and other themes from Bond movies feature in the new term's repetoire. Clarinet, brass and lower strings in particular are welcome to join us on Mondays at 5.30pm at NSOM. Ph Joel 547 2797. Health THE BIG Latch On, are you breastfeed- ing? Join us at The Big Latch On Friday August 2 from 10am at the Victory Com- munity Centre. Spot Prizes to win and Morning Tea provided. Ph Tara 021 277 2098 or email@example.com HEARING Clinic, August 2, free checks and assessment for 16+ years. Held the 2nd Friday of each month at Victory Com- munity Centre Ph 546 8385 for appoint- ment. ENDOMETRIOSIS NZ Seminar, August 5, Orangerie Meeting Room, Monaco, Nel- son. Nibbles from 6pm, speakers 6.30pm. Deborah Bush will speak about Endometriosis and persistent pain RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org CERVICAL Screening Clinic,August 6, held the 1st Tuesday of each month at Victory Community Centre, No or Low cost, criteria applies Ph 546 8385 for appointment. BIPOLAR Support Group, helping each other through our recovery. Meets every 2nd Tuesday of the Month at The White House, 349 Trafalgar Sq, Nelson. Ph 548 2798 ext 6. Next meeting August 13, 7pm. FOOD, is it a problem for you? Are you suffering from anorexia, bulimia, obesity and/or compulsive eating? Overeaters Anonymous works. Ph 022 673 0237. Meetings held weekly. All welcome. INSIGHT Meditation, Mondays 7.30pm till 9pm, 11 Tasman St, Nelson. Cultivat- ing awareness, revealing our innate wis- dom and compassion. Beginners wel- come. Cost Dana (koha). Ph Roger 545 6167. ALCOHOLICS Anonymous, If you want to drink that's your business. If you want to stop, we can help. PH 0800 229 6757. MUM4MUM Breastfeeding Support, meets the last Tuesday of every month 2.30pm till 4pm at the Tahunanui Com- munity Centre, 61 Muritai St, Tahunanui. All welcome. Ph Tara 021 277 2098 or email@example.com FREE weekly A/hrs Nursing Clinic, Tuesdays 5.30pm till 8pm checks, asses- sments, information, blood pressure, minor illness, to access other services Ph 546 8385 Victory Community Health Cen- tre, Totara St Ph 546 8385. Al ANON Family Groups, confidential sup- port for those affected by someone else's drinking. Meetings Nelson Monday 7pm Tahunanui Library. Friday Noon 30 Nile St, Richmond. Wednesday 5.15pm 62 Oxford St, Ph 0508 425 266. Sport, Recreation FIBRO Hydrocise, Hydrotherapy for Fibro- myalgia. Gentle exercise to manage pain- ,stretch, relax mind and muscles. Starts Thursday August 1, 3.30pm till 4.30pm, $6. Ngawhatu pool, Stoke. Ph Angie 547 0198. NELSON Tramping Club, Saturday August 3, Riordans Hut, Upper Takaka, fit. Uta, 545 0280 (daytrip). Dion, 547 7562 (weekend). Monday August 5, AGM plus clubnight. Nelson Intermediate School, 7.30pm. Gold coin. NELSON 50+ Mini Walkers, August 6, Little Kaiteriteri to Kaiteriteri. Meet 9.30am at Washbourn Gardens Ph Bob 548 5048. NELSON 50+Walking Group, August 8, Penzance/Elaine Bay 9.30am start. Ph Roger 539 6402 or Marilyn 548 2167. NELSON Canoe Club, is currently seeking applications for its Spring Beginners Course. Full details can be found on the training page of our website www.nelson- kayakers.co.nz TAI Chi, beginner class available Monday 5.30pm at Waimea Intermediate School Performance Art room, Richmond. Ph 021 031 4470. SPORT Tasman, 9 Cambridge St, Rich- mond, Ph 544 3955. $4 Finess Motion and Mobility (formerly Sit and Be Fit), specialised excercise for seniors and stroke suffers. Friday 11.15am. CLUB50, Tuesdays 9.30am, seniors, social recreation and outings. New members welcome, $4. Sport Tasman, 9 Cambridge St, Richmond, Ph 544 3955. STOKE Sit And Be Fit, Tuesdays 10am. At Indoor Bowls stadium, Songer St, opp Neale Ave. Newcomers welcome. Cost $3 for Arthritis NZ for men and women. Ph 546 4670. BADMINTON, held Stoke Memorial Hall, Wednesdays 9.30am till 11.30am. Begin- ners/ all abilities welcome. Friendly group. Some rackets available. Only $3 cuppa included. Ph Silvia 545 1327. WINTER Bowls, If you enjoy a game of bowls and good camaraderie, come along on a Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday. Names in by 12.45pm, learner's welcome, bowls available if you don't have a set. Ph Ron 546 9729. RICHMOND Morning Badminton Group, now starts at 10am until 12.30pm. monday/friday mornings. Come along and have ago, Badminton Hall, Gladstone Rd, Richmond. Ph 544 5473. SMART Hearts, exercise/fitness circuit, Tahuna Mondays 10.30am, Presbyterian Church, crn Rui and Muritai Sts. Seated options available. For info please contact Shirley 547 1433, 021 121 8023.
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