A strong sense of community is the key to success for the Chrysler Club

Albury Wodonga is home to the largest annual Chrysler show in the southern hemisphere where hundreds of passionate Chrysler owners travel from across Australia to attend the event. Not only are the organising committee dedicated to their Chrysler produced vehicles, they are also, at their very core, dedicated to supporting local community members.

This year’s event showcased an incredible 930 cars, and numbers of attendees swelling to almost 700. What stood out to Club President Rod Taylor was the tremendous sense of community that was demonstrated throughout the event. Rod attributes this sense of community to the incredible $10,000 donation.

Rod explains that “Everyone is affected by someone who has cancer. Cancer can be very traumatic, and so we thought we’ll do our bit to help”.

“Cancer is close to everyone’s heart in the club” and donating to the AWRCCTF is an “awesome feeling” Rod said.

AWRCCTF Manager Tom O’Connor was absolutely thrilled with the Club’s dedication to the Trust’s vision of providing regional community members the access to high quality cancer treatment. Tom acknowledges the many hours that goes into running such an event and applauded the Organising Committee’s hard work and passion.

“The valuable funds will help the AWRCCTF purchase new equipment, conduct vital research, provide staff education opportunities, and ensure the Wellness Centre continues to offer important support services for our local community members” Tom said.

Planning has already started for the 2025 Chryslers on the Murray event, with the goal to showcase 1000 cars! Given the success of this year’s evert, we at the Trust are confident that the Albury-Wodonga Chrysler Club will achieve their goal and wish them every success.

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