Entrants can be in the running to win $50,000 to renew their favourite memory.
Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) November 28, 2013
After 85 years helping Australians through good times and bad, NRMA Insurance know how important memories are. Experience has taught The NRMA that whilst things can be replaced, life's defining moments can't. Until now.
The Memory Renewal Project is a renewal reminder promotion which gives insurance policy holders a chance to relive one of their most precious experiences one more time. It might be an overseas road trip, a family or school reunion, a wedding or honeymoon, or even a first car.
Whatever the memory is there is a chance to enjoy it again. Entrants simply need to register to be reminded when their insurance policies are up for renewal, and they will be in the running to win $50,000 to renew their favourite memory. And by sharing that memory with NRMA Insurance they could also win a $1,000 monthly cash prize.
Terms & Conditions:
Competition ends 30 June 2014. Receive one entry (up to a maximum of 5 entries) for each policy NRMA Insurance is advised about. Entrants that select 'No insurance' will receive one entry. Conditions apply, available at renewalreminder.com.au. NSW Permit Number LTPS/13/04814, ACT Permit Number TP 13/02217. SA Licence Number SA T13/1131.
About NRMA Insurance:
NRMA Insurance is a provider of car insurance, motorcycle insurance, home insurance, business insurance, travel insurance, boat insurance, caravan insurance, life insurance, income protection, security and bicycle insurance in NSW, QLD, ACT & TAS (boat and caravan insurance is not offered in Tasmania). For insurance in other states and territories visit SGIO insurance in WA or SGIC insurance in SA. NRMA Insurance, SGIO & SGIC are members of Insurance Australia Group (IAG).
NRMA Motoring & Services is a separate and independent company from NRMA Insurance.
Insurance (except Travel Insurance, Life Insurance and Income Protection) issued by Insurance Australia Limited ABN 11 000 016 722 trading as NRMA Insurance. When making decisions about NRMA insurance consider the applicable Product Disclosure Statement in advance.