WIN $25,000 in the Great Cash Giveaway

CIL Insurance is celebrating its 50th Anniversary as Australia’s leading specialist Caravan and RV insurer – offering the broadest caravan, RV and contents cover. To celebrate 50 years of experience, CIL are giving you the chance to WIN a massive $25,000 in the Great Cash Giveaway!

Put it towards a new Caravan or RV, or just take-off on that big Australian adventure you’ve been dreaming of. The choice is yours.

  • One lucky person will win $25,000 cash.
  • Plus 50 runners up will receive a 2-year BIG4 Holiday Parks Membership, offering savings at over 180 parks nationwide.

Enter Now! By calling CIL Insurance on 1800 112 481 for a quote or enter online.

PS. Take out a policy and receive 3 additional entries in the draw.

Visit cilinsurance.com.au for further details.

Insurance issued by AAI Limited. Competition conducted by AAI Limited, ABN 48 005 297 807, AFSL 230859, trading as CIL Insurance, GPO Box 115 Sydney NSW 2001. Competition starts 00:01 hrs on 17/09/12 and closes at 17:00hrs on 28/02/13. The competition is only open to individuals who are aged 18 years or older. Total value of prize pool is $27,500. Prize draw to be held at noon on 14/03/13 at 5th Finger Pty Ltd, Level 7 Tower Building, Australia Square, 264 George Street, Sydney 2000, The name of the prize winners will be published in the Australian on 20/03/13. Permits: ACT TP 12/03366, NSW LTPS/12/07353. SA T12/1728 & VIC 12/2237. For full competition terms and conditions, please visit cilinsurance.com.au. Please read the relevant Product Disclosure Statementbefore you make any decisions regarding our products. Contact us for a copy.

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2 Responses to WIN $25,000 in the Great Cash Giveaway

  1. If there is any chance that I won this money I would take my family to WA & head north of Perth to see what its like up to Exmouth.
    I would check out all the main towns to see which would be the best town to move too, if there was any chance that we got to move there.
    If I didn’t go to WA then we would go to Tasmania & check out the sites down there since its the only state in Australia that I have never been to.

  2. I think to honestly excierenpe everything in a relaxing no hectic manner you cannot excierenpe both parks in one day. In fact you might not get to everything in a relaxed manner in two. If you want to excierenpe everything I suggest you plan your day before you start it. And also have a backup plan such as if a line is too long or something is not working at the moment. Hope you have a fun trip