Outback Air Race 2018 is seeking Sponsors

Preparations for the 2018 Outback Air Race, in support of the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS), has begun. The Outback Air Race (OAR) started in 1996 and to date has raised over $2 million for the RFDS. The race occurs every 3 years and involves a series of time trials, challenging the basic navigational and planning skills of the pilots that participate. Generally the OAR sees at least 25 aircraft participating with each team funding their own flights and travel, but more importantly the teams compete to raise funds for the RFDS.

The OAR is a volunteer run event, but cannot happen without the generous support of sponsors. The 2018 OAR is now currently searching for keen sponsors and supporters who would like to have their name aligned with this wonderful event, raising yet more funds for this iconic and most reputable Australian charity, the RFDS.  The OAR receives significant positive exposure with sponsors and supporters receiving measureable marketing benefits via multi media channels, and also through events that are organised in the nine air race destinations across Australia.

There are multiple sponsorship levels, either financial or in-kind, so we encourage you to contact our Sponsorship Coordinator at sponsorship@outbackairrace.com.au to find out more about this exciting opportunity to support the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

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