Online success is great, but it’s built on the back of bricks and mortar park building

Luke Emmett has been the park owner and operator of Mersey Bluff Caravan Park for over six years. It’s a uniquely placed park in northeast Tasmania just out of Devonport known for its awe-inspiring sunrises and sunsets. The park is often recognised on social media for its hospitality, including this post below:

Caravan to a Million successfully spotlights the Caravan/RV industry, driving engagement.

Caravan to a Million successfully spotlights the Caravan/RV industry and Caravan Shows
72% of participants advised that the trade promotion put caravanning/RVing ‘Front of mind’.
Launched in February and designed to focus on caravan/RV trade businesses and industry-run caravan shows now in its third month, it continues to drive consumers to visit their local dealership, service/repairs plus attend their state-run caravan show.
With over 650 participating trade businesses this is truly a national campaign, with each participating business having reached printer POS packs plus digital assets, it ensures that consumers are receiving a unified national message.
Consumers are rewarded with Free entries for visiting a local participating business, or attending a show and the quantity of entries increases when they purchase a caravan, product or service.
It is fantastic to see businesses incorporate the promotional assets provided and utilise them in their advertising and promotional efforts.
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Caravan Industry Association of Australia continues to invest heavily in connecting the campaign with Australians, in addition to working with each trade state association it is undertaking a significant investment in digital, social media and paid digital advertising across major platforms. This includes a range of TVC quality assets and an endorsement partnership with industry personality ‘Macca’ McGowan.

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