Aussie Home Loans has launched its annual Aussie Day campaign The Colours of Home which celebrates the beauty of Australia’s diverse landscape colour palette.
The campaign is open to current and prospective Aussie customers, who are invited to swipe through six unique colour palettes based on some of Australia’s most gorgeous landscapes. They then select their preferred interior style in the colours they love to enter the draw to win a $20,000 home styling package by The Block contestant and interior designer, Katrina Chambers.
In a first for Aussie Day, this year Aussie is proud to extend the campaign beyond a competition. Aussie is partnering with Habitat for Humanity Australia to help raise money for Aussie families who’ve lost their homes to bushfires. Aussie will be matching every donation dollar for dollar to reach our goal of $50,000.
Head of customer engagement at Aussie Deborah Kytic said, “Each year we run a bespoke, creative customer engagement campaign celebrating Australia Day with our customers, and this year’s campaign has to be the most visually stunning yet.
“Habitat for Humanity Australia shares our belief that every Australian should have a home to call their own, so inviting our customers to show their true colours by helping those who have lost their homes to bushfires will allow us to help up to 70 families.”
In addition to the $20,000 home styling package, there are 20 x $100 Bunnings vouchers available to be won, exclusive to Aussie customers with a current home loan.
To enter the competition, visit www.coloursofhome.com.au, or find out more about donating here. Competition entries close 11.59pm AEDST 6 February 2016, and the winners will be drawn at 11.00am 8 February 2016.
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