See https://www.coca-cola.com.au/account/login?layout=promotion-fifa for details.Your next trip to Woolworths could be all you need to score the winning GOOOOOAAAALLLL of 2014!'Coca-Cola'
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Virgin Australia, Delta Air Lines and Tourism Australia are teaming up to encourage Americans to visit Australia now, not “someday,” in their first joint U.S. marketing campaign, with a chance to win one of 52 trips. Starting today, “Someday” hopefuls can visit AustraliaSomeday.com to enter and explore unforgettable experiences throughout Australia.
To showcase just why There’s Nothing Like Australia for a vacation, the partners are inviting Americans to enter the contest by choosing from 52 (a whole year’s worth!) signature weeklong trips featuring the best experiences and events in Australia throughout the year. Each trip comes complete with a week’s hotel, roundtrip airfare for two and the featured Australian experience.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/7151951-tourism-australia-52-aussie-someday-trips
AARP Travel (travel.aarp.org/welcome), a new travel website launching today, offers a one-stop online experience that helps users take their travel ideas from dream to destination.
With personalized trip planning tools like Trip Finder and Map Explorer, website visitors can put together the type of trips they want, get travel tips from noted travel expert and AARP Travel Ambassador Samantha Brown and read hundreds of articles and information on enticing destinations near and far. AARP\'s free site is designed to help consumers get the most out of every trip.
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When a Yank and an Aussie stop selling cars and head off into the Outback to write the books they have within, it is the things they say to each other that hurt far more than the things they do. Fist fights and adultery can be forgiven, but what’s said, can never be unsaid. Learn more about this book here, http://neverbeunsaid.com Literary Fiction
Jif® is excited to announce the ten most creative sandwich recipes that will compete in a national online vote in the 12th annual Jif Most Creative Sandwich Contest™. The ten finalists cooked up unique twists on the classic peanut butter sandwich and are now one step closer to winning a $25,000 college fund and a trip to New York City.
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are plenty of things in our cars these days that can be distracting,
but what are the worst? We took the Attention Powered Car on the
world's longest inattention road test and we discovered that on average
our drivers lost attention at least once every minute. The Attention
Powered Car then headed back to the RAC Driving Centre where further
tests were conducted to investigate initial findings from the road
trip. In this new webisode we explore some of the different in car
distractions and the impact they can have on a driver's attention
levels. From mobile usage to eating and drinking, see the surprising
results on what are the worst in car distractions from our experiments.
To see what we've learning about driver inattention, and to get
involved with making WA roads safer, go to
We took the Attention Powered Car on the world's longest inattention road test and we discovered that on average our drivers lost attention at least once every minute.
The Attention Powered Car then headed back to the RAC Driving Centre where further tests were conducted to investigate initial findings from the road trip.
In this new webisode we explore the effects a passenger can have on a driver's attention levels and ways in which passengers might help drivers regain or keep attention behind the wheel.
To see what we've learning about driver inattention, and to get involved with making WA roads safer, go to http://forthebetter.com.au/
They were destined to find each other, to love each other. But when Dimitri is sentenced to death by silver Skyler makes a daring and dangerous trip into Lycan territory to save him. He is bound and cannot help her, for him it is a fate worse than death as his one true love, his lifemate, finds herself caught in a trap that can cost her her life. Christine Feehan’s much anticipated, epic love story Dark Wolf. http://www.ChristineFeehan.com Paranormal romance
In an effort to learn more about driver
inattention, one of the biggest killers on WA roads, RAC created the
world's first Attention Powered Car -- a car that goes when you're
paying attention and slows when you're not. On the final
leg of our road trip, we visited Narrogin in the Wheatbelt, which is
also often dubbed by emergency services as the 'accident belt'. Here,
single vehicle crashes with young drivers behind the wheel are
particularly high, so we wanted to see if inattention was part of the
problem. Our first driver, Shawn, took the Attention
Powered Car and few mates around town. Not surprisingly, his mates
proved to be a distraction, as well as thinking about his girlfriend
and sadly, friends lost on the road. Next up was Speedway Driver Coby.
She performed well on the open road, but had plenty inattention moments
to match. Perhaps most telling though, was her insight into the minds
of many drivers who even after being made aware of their limitations,
aren't likely to change behaviour. Check out the video to
see the Attention Powered Car on the road and how our drivers
performed. Plus, follow the journey, watch all webisodes from our
journey and keep up-to-date with what we have planned next by visiting
The Attention Powered Car, developed by
the RAC, is into leg 3 of its road trip around WA visiting towns
including Donnybrook, Nannup and Pemberton, heading to Albany and then
finishing in the Wheatbelt town of Narrogin. In this
episode we put two drivers behind the wheel that drive for a living. We
wanted to see if their professional experience influenced their
attention levels. How will our Ambo and Australia's best truck driver
perform? First up was Mike. As a St John's Ambulance
Volunteer, he needs to be calm and confident driving under pressure and
at high speed. And it showed. So too with our second driver, Murray,
who's TNT Australia's best truck driver. Both came out determined and
focused to prove they had the edge. To some degree they did. Incidences
of inattention were fewer and further between, but they were still
there. Encouragingly, both drivers were much better at refocusing when
they did lose attention. Check out this webisode to see
just how they performed, as well as what insights we are finding about
driver inattention as we take the Attention Powered Car through