‘A Tale of Romany & Ravioli’ by The Perth Voice (Interactive)


“A Tale of Romany & Ravioli” is a solid editorial piece by The Perth Voice (Interactive), celebrating the origins and history of Golden Ravioli:

“THE four Lenzarini brothers arrived in Australia with next to nothing in their pockets but a determination to make something of themselves.

Leaving behind the lush green mountainous region of their home in the province of  Lucca, Garfagnana in Tuscany, the flat brown harshness of WA in the 1950s was confronting to say the least…”

Read the full story here.


Fiercely independent and locally owned and produced the Perth Voice enjoys exceptionally high recall (73% unprompted, 80% prompted) and a high level of exclusive readership.  The Perth Voice is published throughout suburbs including Coolbinia*, Dianella*, East Perth*, Highgate, Inglewood*, Leederville, Maylands*, Menora*, Mt Hawthorn*, Mt Lawley, Northbridge*, North Perth, Perth,
West Perth and Yokine*. (*Fortnightly distribution.)

Packed with news, features and exciting promotional feature opportunities the Perth Voice hits over 31,000 local letterboxes and is also re-published in full on the internet, in traditional and interactive formats.

 

 

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