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Major brokerage launches $25k competition

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Aussie Home Loans is offering customers the chance to win $25,000 as part of a new competition that marks the brokerage’s 25th anniversary.

The ‘Memories of Home’ competition asks Aussie customers to recreate a photo taken within the last 25 years, upload the original and the recreated image to the campaign’s website, and write a short piece about the significance of the memory. 

The top five finalists will then be voted on by Aussie customers. The submissions with the most votes will win $25,000. 

Customers who vote in the competition will also be placed in a draw to win one of five $1,000 prizes. 

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CEO of Aussie, James Symond, commented: “We are excited to be launching this campaign to mark our 25th anniversary, which celebrates and reflects not only our journey, but also that of our customers — many of whom have entrusted their largest investment in life with Aussie. 

“We wouldn’t be where we are without our customers, this is why we’re celebrating by thanking them,” he concluded. 

Entries for the competition close on 28 February 2017, with voting to commence on 2 March and ending a week later on 9 March.

Aussie CEO James Symond (left) and founder John Symond (right) recreate a 25-year-old image from outside an Aussie Home Loans store.

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