Paul Walsh

June 2017: 14 Years of GoGet 🎈

This month’s newsletter is one for the fans. We’re celebrating 14 years of GoGet, inviting you to include GoGet in your company’s perks package, teaching you how to do advanced car searches, and telling you about the hottest hangout for GoGet members
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May 2017: Winter weekends ❄

This month we’re fighting off the winter chill, and to do that we’ve got some great ideas to get you out and about. We’re offering 30% off weekend bookings (including Queen’s Birthday!), you can get free driving credit for referring your
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April 2017: Read up, plug in and go exploring đŸŸ

Happy Easter! This month we’re introducing a new feature for staying connected while you drive, have some weekend and long weekend ideas, and inviting you to take a free day and another 4 day weekend for ANZAC Day. Don’t
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March 2017: Pro tips and sweet treats

This month we’re all about getting the most out of GoGet. We’re launching our new Android app so everyone can make bookings on the go, we’ve got a great offer for Easter and ANZAC Day long weekends, and we’ve got
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February 2017: Keeping busy 🐝

As normality sets in after a hectic holiday period, we’ve got some ideas to keep you busy. There are two more weekends left to snag a car for 40% off so you can go somewhere fun, there’s a cool gardening workshop we think
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January 2017: Make it a date 📅

As we settle in to 2017, don’t think the time for having fun has passed! We’ve got great deals on weekend (and extended weekend) trips, so you can start 2017 seeing new things and getting out and about. Don’t
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December 2016: Something for everyone

Just like Santa, we’ve got something for everybody this Christmas! We’re offering 25% off your next summer getaway, free SMS for everyone, a new format for passwords, a handy guide for new drivers in Australia to avoid getting fines, and
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Supporting the local art scene

  Emilie Walsh is a Melbourne based artist working in photo, video, sculpture and installation, and she was part of the Abbotsford Convent “Open Spaces” festival on the 6th of November. And GoGet was here too! The heritage building
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