Three printed editions in 2017, Clínica San Pablo seals front-page deal

F ounded in 2012, The Huaraz Telegraph is happy to announce that during this year´s high season, tourists in Huaraz will be able to find us in over 40 hostels and hotels again. When not found in your hostel or hotel, we are also available in multiple restaurants, the better cafés and bars, the Tourist Police, I-Perú (Free governmental tourist information and tourist assistance centre at the Plaza de Armas), the main office of the National Park Huascarán and various language centres throughout the city.

THT´s first edition of 2017 is planned to come out in the beginning of the second week of July, followed by two further printed editions in the months of August and September. Understandably, we are working very hard to make that happen. Furthermore, we are delighted to announce that the San Pablo Clinic signed a three-edition-deal for 2017 which means we will have their logo on our front page above ours. The Clínica San Pablo has been backing The Huaraz Telegraph since the very first edition in 2012 and counts nowadays with 30 medical specialties, 29 modern rooms for hospitalisation and a large emergency room that caters 24/7 and 365 days a year.

2012-2016

Movil Tours on behalf of regional director Abner Matos became our first main sponsor in May for five editions during the 2012 season. The next season, Movil Tours was succeeded by Transportes Línea in 2013. General manager Mario Holenstein and resident manager Joachim Fust of the Andino Club Hotel backed our paper during the 2014, 2015 and 2016 editions and said to be happy with the news that The Huaraz  Telegraph will continue entertaining foreign visitors of the city. The July edition of 2017 will be our 25th since our launch and tourists and followers can once again expect various interesting articles concerning tourism, events, mountaineering/climbing, history, culture and social issues in and around Huaraz.

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We are also happy to inform our followers that we have already received a couple of very interesting reader´s contributions which will be published later this year. Every year, we are looking for people that have been in Huaraz in the past and have completed researches or studies (archeological, biological, historical, tourism related etc.) Additionally, we are always willing to share tourists´ experiences with our readers on for example trekking, climate change, bouldering, social activities or volunteering. We would like to publish your story and by doing so, a printed copy edition of The Huaraz Telegraph is a nice item to take back home as a memory and to show your parents or friends. Interested? Contact us today.

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