Previous prize draw winners
Each year Club Care offers a year-long prize draw to win an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime prize. The current 2013 competition offers the chance to win an Elddis Autoquest 165 motorhome, complete with a diamond accredited Sold Secure tracking system and alarm as well as one year’s free insurance, worth over £37,000! To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is get a quote for any Club Care product before the closing date of 28 February 2014.
Even more chances to win…
Club Care is also running a number of other competitions through the year to give more of their customers the chance to win one of a number of other fantastic prizes!
The 2012 prize draw
Details of the winner of the caravan holiday home we gave away in 2012 will be posted here soon!
The 2011 prize draw
The 2011 prize draw was a fabulous 3008 Peugeot car, which was won by Mr and Mrs Harrison of Market Harborough.
As well as the car, Mr and Mrs Harrison were also delighted to win a year’s free insurance from Club Care, free membership at the Club and an incredible £1000 of camping equipment. Mrs Harrison said of the amazing prize, “We’re really excited and still can’t quite believe it! It’s a lovely car. We also got some children’s sleeping bags and camping chairs so the children are very excited too - it was like Christmas when all the boxes arrived!”
Watch the video below to see Mr and Mrs Harrison picking up the keys to their brand new car at the Camping and Caravanning Club’s headquarters in Coventry, and find out how you could be our next big winner!
The 2010 prize draw
In 2010 Mr Poulter, from Northants, became the proud owner of a Bailey Pegasus touring caravan; the first caravan to feature the revolutionary Alu-Tech body shell design.
He said: “I was actually decorating the bedroom upstairs when I answered the phone and got the good news. I was not expecting to win - I’ve never won anything until now! The Pegasus is well built and is a very nice unit. I particularly like how the end bathroom is so spacious and it is obvious how much thought has gone into the design.”