BMW Group Australia reveals a national competition to support Australian men and their families during the 2017 Men’s Health Week.
One in eight Australian men will develop prostate cancer in their lifetime and, staggeringly, more men die of prostate cancer than women die of breast cancer. As a proud partner of Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA), BMW Group Australia has launched a Men’s Health Week competition to drive awareness of this insidious disease.
During Men’s Health Week (12 – 18 June, 2017), customers, fans and the public who visit a BMW, MINI or BMW Motorrad dealership can buy a men’s health vehicle sticker for $5, stick it to their vehicle and share with the hashtag #isupportmenshealth, tagging BMW, MINI or BMW Motorrad. The most creative social media posts will win a selection of BMW and MINI lifestyle prize packs. The top seven winning posts will be announced on Monday 19 June, 2017. All money raised will go directly to PCFA.
BMW Team SRM boss Steven Richards (top), Channel 10 presenter Kate Peck and Neighbours star Andrew Morley (above) are advocates of this initiative as respective BMW, MINI and BMW Motorrad ambassadors.
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