'Huge range of advantages'
Second group for Coral
Coast as membership of
ACC continues to rise
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THE 4500-member Australian Caravan Club has announced its 48th group.
The ACC Coral Sea Cruisers becomes the second group to service the Mackay
The club, one of the largest in Australia, said the Cruisers had been
given the stamp of approval after a rapid rise in membership.
"Our club is very proud of the rapid increase in its membership in the
Mackay region," ACC chairman Craig Humphrey commented.
"I'd like to congratulate the members of the ACC Coral Sea Cruisers for
identifying the need for a second branch in the area.
"The establishment of the branch brings the total number of ACC branches
Until now, the region had been serviced by only one ACC branch, the Sugar
City Pioneers which was formed two years ago.
"Membership and awareness of our club in the region has been constantly
increasing since then due largely to the efforts of its members," Mr
"RVers around the country are finding that the ACC is offering its members
a huge range of advantages including not only great musters and tagalongs
with social and sightseeing activities, but also a number of other
services such as free farm stays, maintenance advice and technical tips,
and over 600 businesses offering member benefits.
"Our members share their RVing experiences with like-minded people at
musters, on our website members' forum and on our Facebook page.
"We have an active team which advocates on issues affecting RVers to all
levels of government and the RV manufacturing industry."
Mr Humphrey said the bigger the club became, the higher its impact when
"I encourage RVers to consider joining our club to enable the impact
that we have to be even greater than it is already."
He said the ACC was a club for all RVers.
"We welcome owners of caravans, pop-tops, motorhomes, campervans, slide-on
campers, camper-trailers and fifth wheelers without discrimination."
For more information about joining the Coral Sea Cruisers,
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