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Aussie Bike Loans Back Queensland Rounds Of 2015 ASX Championship

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Leading consumer and commercial finance broker Aussie Bike Loans is proud to announce its sponsorship of the two Queensland rounds of the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship.

Jimboomba, near Beaudesert, on Saturday October 17, and Coolum at the Sunshine Coast, on Saturday November 21, will roar into life with all the sights, sounds and high-flying action of Australia's premier Supercross championship chase, with Aussie Bike Loans backing both events and continuing a long-running partnership with dirt bike racing in south-east Queensland.

And best of all for competing riders, and in particular all the hard-working privateer racers who make up the bulk of the grid in each championship class, they can benefit directly via generous bonus and cash-back offers of up to $300 across a range of Aussie Bike Loans financial products.

"Aussie Bike Loans have been fabulous supporters of our activities for years, and have helped support numerous riders, including top Queensland racers Brendan Harrison and Robbie Marshall," explained Scott Bannan from Bannan Corporation, promoter of the Queensland rounds of Supercross.

"The support of Aussie Bike Loans for the two 2015 Australian Supercross Championship rounds is coming in the form of a cash-back offer to all riders that can help cover their event entry fee.

"Any rider who nominates for and contests the Queensland rounds, and who runs an Aussie Bike Loans sticker on their race bike, can then claim an up to $300 cash-back bonus on any settled Aussie Bike Loans or Aussie Car Loans financial product they, their support staff or family, take out now or in the future. What's more, Aussie Bike Loans generally match or better any other finance deal," Bannan continues.

"For privateer riders, who often have to finance new race bikes every year, as well as invest in transport infrastructure such as trailers, trucks, utes or vans, this represents the chance to put cash straight back in their pockets, which will be a real benefit where they need it most, all thanks to Aussie Bike Loans."

In operation since 1996, the Aussie Group, which includes Aussie Bike Loans, Car Loans, Boat Loans, Truck Loans, Equipment Loans, Personal Loans and Leisure Loans, utilises a broad panel of financial lenders to deliver market leading financial products and services.

"Offering this type of support to the people who bring the entertainment to the people, which in this case is the riders in Supercross, is a way of getting our message to the public that there are easier ways of getting the things you desire in life without getting ripped off," explains Julian Cavanagh, Marketing Director for the Aussie Group.

"Our motto of 'real people, real results' is a simple basis for good customer relations and we're excited that riders and their associates in the sport of Australian Supercross Championship racing will have the opportunity to benefit from the Aussie Group's competitive rates and personal service."

The Aussie Group provides consumer and commercial finance broking services nationally, utilising a predominantly web-based service delivery for individual applications that are processed personally by an allocated consultant from the company's call centre in Loganholme, Queensland.

For further information on all Aussie Bike Loans and Aussie Group financial products and services, please view the www.aussiebikeloans.com.au or www.aussiecarloans.com.au web sites.

For further information on rounds two and four of the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship, please contact Scott Bannan on 0412 337 762

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