Coromal Windsor Caravans is ‘Bringing The Family Back Together’ and raising money for the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Someone will be the Lucky Winner of a Coromal ‘Element 612s’ Caravan when they register their details and help Coromal Windsor celebrate its 40th Birthday Anniversary!
Coromal Caravans started as a Family business in 1977 combining with Windsor Caravans (a 45-year-old company) a number of years ago. Between the two iconic brands, there are very few Australian’s who love caravanning that would not be aware of either name – if not, in fact, owned one at some point in time.
With the respective 40th and 45th birthday celebrations approaching, the team at Coromal wanted to do something special and different to celebrate the occasions – and so the Bringing the Family Back Together campaign was born.
Generations of people and families over the last 40+ years have enjoyed the lifestyle created by these iconic brands, the proof of that is in the 50,000 + Registered Coromal Windsor Caravans on Australian roads right now.
For those that do own, or have ever owned a Coromal or Windsor Caravan, the 40th and 45th Birthday celebrations are all about bringing the Coromal Windsor Family back together with a unique campaign that brings the ‘old’ and ‘new’ of their caravans together in an entertaining way via an Australian first fully-animated campaign.
Current and previous owners need to simply register online at www.coromal.com.au for a single entry into the Birthday Competition to WIN a brand new Coromal Element 612s valued at more than $58,000. For the more adventurous owners – if you post photos of your caravan with a short story of your greatest memory in the van and any likes or dislikes you might have had, you will receive a whopping 50 entries into the draw!
To top it off, and in the essence and the importance of Families – Coromal Windsor is proud to announce that for a minimum of the first 30,000 registrations – it will be donating $1 per registration to a fantastic cause, the Starlight Children’s Foundation whose sole mission is to brighten the lives of seriously sick children and their families.