announces 'exciting new initiative'
beats new path towards protecting from heart attacks
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THE Caravan Industry Association of
Australia has officially announced a new partnership with Defibs
It embraces exciting new initiatives around heart health as well as
collaborative partnerships with the likes of Monash University.
There will also be new opportunities to
undertake marketing campaigns.
In June this year, the Federal Government announced a caravan park
defibrillator subsidy scheme aiming to install 1000 defibrillators
at caravan parks around the country, with this
partnership extending beyond the simple installation and supply of
While many defibrillator suppliers have made contact since the
announcement of the subsidy, the
Australian owned and operated
Defibs Plus has been one of the few suppliers
who have looked at a relationship beyond the term of the funding,
following on from their previous commitment to industry when no funding
was on the table.
"Louise Dawson and the team at Defibs Plus have been long term supporters
of the Australian caravanning industry, regularly displaying their
products at various industry events, while providing invaluable
information relating to good heart health for industry businesses," said
association chief executive Stuart Lamont.
"They have always selflessly assisted caravan operators and I have found
them to be creative in identifying solutions for industry so that access
to defibrillators is provided efficiently and economically."
Mr Lamont said the industry's peak body was looking forward to rolling out
some "cool initiatives" in coming months for both caravan parks and the
trade sector of the industry.
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