Europcar keeps kids busy this holidays

In celebration of Disney's release of The Muppets Movie this January, Europcar is giving Australian families the chance to win a $500 Toys R Us voucher.

Kermit The Frog, Miss Piggy, Animal, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo The Great and Walter will keep families travelling in Europcar vehicles entertained this summer.

Customers renting with children will be given a special The Muppets poster and colouring in page to provide hours of fun while on their family vacation.

When the vehicle is returned and the colouring complete, children can submit their artwork for the chance to win a $500 voucher to toy Mecca, Toys 'R' Us and a family pass to see The Muppets movie starring Jason Segel and Amy Adams.

National Marketing Manager of Europcar Australia and New Zealand, Ms Angela Spencer is pleased to provide customers and their children with an opportunity to win a great prize.

"Keeping children entertained in the car is not always easy, so Europcar and Disney are engaging the kids in something fun while they're travelling that could win them a fantastic prize," Ms Spencer said.

Forty runner-ups will receive a family pass to see the movie, which is released in Australia on 12 January 2012.

Europcar has locations throughout Australia including popular tourist destinations such as Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Hobart, Darwin, Alice Springs, Adelaide and Perth. There are car hire branches at all major airports, capital cities as well as regional airports, towns and rural locations.

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