Cruise for a cause on free road trip
THE competition for the road trip of a lifetime, Dometic Follow the Sun 2016, has partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to provide the added incentive for entrants to cruise in comfort for a cause and help in the quest to raise awareness and save lives.
NBCF ambassador and Melbourne mum Sarah Singer survived her battle with cancer at age 32, inspiring her to leave the corporate life behind and move the family from London to Melbourne for a better quality of life and to realise her dreams.
As Ms Singer discovered, nothing changes a person’s perspective on life more than a cancer diagnosis and now, at age 40, she wants to be able to encourage others to fulfil their dreams, such as travelling Australia and helping others overcome their battles.
In its third time running, the Dometic Follow the Sun competition provides the opportunity for three couples or families to win an expenses-paid, three-month trip around Australia as Dometic Ambassadors, worth up to $35,000.
As part of its partnership with the NBCF, one winning duo will be leaving a trail of pink on their journey, cruising in comfort in the foundation’s Pink Minnie Caravan.
Travelling thousands of kilometres and visiting a diverse range of destinations across the country, the Pink Minnie’s journey will share a message of awareness and hope for the future for breast cancer patients to thousands of Australians.
Ms Singer said Follow the Sun was a win-win partnership.
“The lucky winners get to ‘live the dream’ and take the Pink Minnie Caravan or their RV on a trip of a lifetime and they can potentially save lives by funding research that makes a real difference in the way breast cancer is detected, treated and managed in Australia.
“To be honest, I wish it was me going.”
Entry closes on May 8; winners will be notified on June 3 and the road trip will head off from August to October.
To enter, go to www.dometicfollowthesun.com.au.
FOLLOW THE SUN: For your chance to win a driving holiday around Australia.