New Yellow Pages website

| 24/11/2009

(CNS): Caribbean Publishing Company (CPC), publishers of the Cayman Islands Yellow Pages® have launched a new version of its online phone number listings, and to promote it they have developed a brain-teasing treasure hunt with a weekly cash prize. CPC says in a release that they collaborated with a web building team to provide a more comprehensive source of company information about Cayman businesses with a fresh look and feel and a faster simplified search.

The new website facilitates a quicker, more meaningful connection of consumers and businesses through several new features, such as improved look, simplified search layout, faster more meaningful search results for the user, easier to find and navigate, more information about local businesses, and an improved user experience.

“This site is Cayman’s best local search where customers can find what they need, when they need it to help them in their everyday life. It’s completeness, accuracy and robust information about the local market is a gold standard that sets apart," said Chris Morgan, Regional Sales Manager for CPC. "This is a significant step for us – and for the industry – as we remain dedicated to providing the most logical source for consumers who are increasingly searching the Internet for local information", added Chris.

To celebrate the launch of the new website, Caribbean Publishing Company is giving anyone the opportunity CI$500 each week through a treasure hunt using the new website. The treasure hunt will consist of following clues and solving riddles to find a set of letters on the website that spells out the hidden word. Letters have to be arranged to form the secret word to gain access to the treasure. All correct entries will be collected and a winner will be selected by a draw every Monday.

The promotion runs from 25 November to 14 December, with a new Treasure Hunt each Wednesday. Visit for riddles and clues.

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