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RACV (Royal Automobile Club of Victoria) is a leading Australian automobile club, focused on delivering a diverse range of quality products and services to members and customers. The organisation was established in December 1903 when a group of motoring enthusiasts agreed to work together to promote members’ use and enjoyment of motor vehicles. Since then, RACV has continually expanded and today is a multi-faceted organisation with 1.3 million members.

 

As Official Sponsor Membership, RACV will be providing a vital support role at the 2006 Commonwealth Games to be held in Melbourne from 15-26 March.

 

In this supporting role, RACV will assist visitors find their way around the Games venues through very informative spectator guides and maps. Our staff will be also working with Games volunteers at the many information booths located at sites around Melbourne.

 

RACV is proud to be associated with such a great event that will provide a wonderful showcase for Melbourne and Victoria.

 

WIN tickets to the Games

 

To celebrate its involvement, RACV is providing opportunities to win 400 tickets to the cream of the sporting events, including the opening and closing ceremonies and swimming and athletics finals. 

 

Visit racv.com.au for all of the details.

More more information visit racv.com.au

This Website is closed and for reference purposes only. To guarantee the stability of Games data, all external links are being removed.

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