Warwickshire Web Design and Digital Marketing Design Studio Think Cloud Studio Wins New Contract to Design seasonal Travel Guides for T-OR 2015

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Warwickshire web design and digital marketing design studio Think Cloud Studio renews contract to design seasonal motorhome travel guides. The first issues of the T-OR magazine have been distributed to 600 UK camping sites the new editions will focus on Tourism centres across the UK.

Warwickshire web design and digital marketing design studio renews contract to design seasonal motorhome travel guides

Warwickshire web design and digital marketing design studio renew their contract to design seasonal motorhome travel guides for 2015.

The T-OR guide for UK motorhomes and caravaners was the initiative of Think Cloud Studio in association with selected UK Caravan & Camping sites.

The guide features places to stay across the UK with a focus on regional short journeys from one camp site to another.

Distribution in 2015 is in planning with participating camp sites and tourism centres. Seasonally there will be featured new routes to travel across the UK with up to six recommended places to stop at.

The T-OR website search system has been improved and will be updated by the design studio (Think Cloud) in Jan 2015.

Think Cloud Studio digital design & marketing services are based in Warwickshire. Campsites that allow motor homes to stop over should contact the digital web design studio direct for details.

Marketing Director Andrew Maynes states, "The T-OR guide is aimed at providing motorhome travellers travelling across the UK without an itinerary the freedom to stay here OR there! Touring is often not a chartered process and ending up somewhere completely different to where was originally planned is how the T-OR guide offers help. We just hope this gives a little extra help when deciding where to stay."

For more information on the caravan and motorhome guide, please contact Warwickshire based Web Design Studio at 0845 388 1071.

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