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Click Frenzy Travel to  support businesses impacted by bushfire

- March 5, 2020 < 1 MIN READ
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“The need for communities impacted by the fires to attract visitors to support their local businesses is vital, and we want to help them achieve this,” says Grant Arnott, Managing Director of Click Frenzy.

With Click Frenzy Travel set to kick off on March 17, Arnott says the brand has introduced a new initiative to help bush fire affected travel providers and locations which will allow them to list for free.

He continues, “Our upcoming Click Frenzy Travel event on March 17th is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of Australian travel intenders over a net-busting 53-hour period. In response to the recent fire crisis, we have introduced a new initiative that will hopefully give these locations and travel providers a much-needed boost and visibility.”

Click Frenzy customers wanting to throw their support behind bushfire affected businesses can browse a new category ‘Places in Need’.

Places in Need will connect shoppers with deals from businesses impacted by the bushfires.

“For our last Travel event, the average clicks to participating brands was over 6,700 and 69 per cent of shoppers were in the process of planning their next domestic holiday. Considering this exposure and potential return, we’d love to have as many providers on board as possible and shine a spotlight on the beautiful destinations that we have in our own backyard.”

To be eligible for ‘Places in Need’, you must be a small tourism related business, for example hotels, restaurants, tour & experience operators, in locations impacted by the recent Australian bushfire crisis.

To register your interest, please visit https://www.clickfrenzy.com.au/places-in-need-registration.

The deadline for materials is on Monday, March 9 2020.

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