FREE CARS FOR NEEDY FAMILIES AND SINGLE PARENTS
Needy families may be able to benefit from a plan in which
those going though a rough patch will be able to borrow small late-model
vehicles, absolutely free of charge, to help them get back on their
Australian search engine, Big Roo (www.bigroo.com), has announced that
families nationwide, including single parents, will be able to borrow
small late-model vehicles, absolutely free of charge.
The Big Roo cars will be made available anywhere in Australia to genuine
"Aussie battlers" who need a helping hand to get them 'on the road',
literally, to a brighter future. Individuals and organisations providing
volunteer services to the community are also eligible.
Those selected will be given a late-model car for up to six months to
help them pull their lives together. The cars will be delivered to the
families or groups with a full tank of fuel.
In addition, Big Roo will meet all vehicle registration, insurance and
Candidates must be at least 25 years of age; have a clean driving
licence; be a responsible, careful and considerate driver; drive at
least 400 kilometres a week; keep the vehicle in a clean and roadworthy
condition; and be an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident.
Big Roo's spokesman, Tony Tobin, said. "Each car will be decorated with
Big Roo logos and colours, so it's important to us who drives the
vehicles as they will be representing Big Roo to the public.
"Our aim is to help those who are in genuine need, someone who's trying
to get back up on his or her feet, but finding it tough. It's intended
to be a hand up, not a hand out".
Big Roo is an online search engine, covering all Australian states. It
provides user-friendly search options for businesses to promote
themselves, so that customers can easily find them.
"All new entries are reviewed and checked by a team of editors. So when
you look for a specific type of business in a certain area, that's
exactly what you get," Mr Tobin added.
An online application form for Big Roo's loan vehicles can be found on
the Big Roo website (www.bigroo.com).
For further information please contact:
Big Roo, Australian Search Engine
0422 582 878