1. Information on how to enter the NRMA Future of Transport Challenge Promotion (“Promotion”) and prizes form part of these terms and conditions (“Terms and Conditions”)

By participating in the Promotion a Participating Secondary School (defined below) will be deemed to have: (a) accepted these terms and conditions; and (b) expressly consented to our use of a School’s and Student’s (defined below) personal information under the Privacy Act, Spam Act and other related communication and legislation for marketing and other NRMA business purposes. 
3. The promoter is National Roads and Motorists’ Association Limited, trading as NRMA Motoring & Services ABN 77 000 010 506 of 9 Murray Rose Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park, 2127 (“Promoter” or “NRMA”).
4. The Promotion commences at 9:00 am (AEST) on Monday 1 February 2021 and entries close at 5:00 pm (AEST) on Monday 31 May 2021 (“Promotional Period”) with the Students Final Project due to NRMA by no later than Monday 30 August 2021.
5. The Promotion is a game of skill (and chance plays no part) for Prize that may be won by Students who submit, as part of a School, a winning Eligible Entry (defined below) in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.


6. For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions

a) “Criteria” means the learning outcomes outlined in the executive summary and pitch marking rubrics that are available on the Website;
b) “Final Project” means a final version of the executive summary and pitch deck using the templates available on the Website which has been submitted as part of the Project and have been critiqued by the Promoter, refined by the School and resubmitted to the Promoter via the Website by 5:00pm (AEST) on Friday 22 October, 2021, and forms the basis of the Project Pitch;
c) “immediate family member” means any of the following: spouse, ex-spouse, de-facto spouse, child or step-child (whether natural or by adoption), parent, step-parent, grandparent, step-grandparent, uncle, aunt, niece, nephew, brother, sister, step-brother, step-sister or first cousin;
d) “NRMA Future of Transport Challenge” means the educational program run by the Promoter for teams of year 7,8,9 and 10 students from Participating Secondary Schools to explore problems, design solutions and learn entrepreneurial skills that begins on Monday 1 February 2021;
e) “Participating Secondary School” means schools located in New South Wales or the Australian Capital Territory which have signed up for the NRMA Future of Transport Challenge;
f) “Prize” means:
ii. $1,000 to be made up of one (1) $100 gift card for each Finalist Group Member of a Winning Group (“Winning Group Member”) with the balance of the $,1,000 to the school of the winning team to spend on STEM education programs at that school. The payment to the school will be made following an invoice from the school and by credit card.
g) “Project” means the pitch deck and executive summary that must be submitted by a School to the Promoter via the Website by 5:00pm (AEST) on Monday 30 August, 2021;
h) “Project Pitch” means the four (4) minute pitch presented by the Finalist Groups based on their Final Project at the YES Event including a pitch deck;
i) “Website” means ‘nrmafuturetransport.com.au’;
j) “YES Event” means the Youth Eco Summit- Secondary 2021 for secondary schools held online via video conference, in October 2021; and
k) “$” is a reference to Australian dollars including GST.

Eligibility and entries

7. To be eligible to enter this Promotion, a representative of a Participating Secondary School must, during the Promotional Period:
a) select a group of two (2) to five (5) people, each of whom:
i. is a person in year 7, 8, 9 or 10;
ii. is a natural person (and not a company, business, trust or organisation of any description);
iii. is not an employee of the Promoter and its Related Bodies Corporate (as this term is defined in the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)), or an immediate family member of the same;
iv. is a student of the relevant Participating Secondary School; (each group, a “School” and each individual member of the group, a “Student”);
b) visit the Website and follow the links to submit the School’s Project and submit the Project by:
i. submitting all requested details of the School, including, but not limited to, the Participating Secondary School with which it is associated, and its contact details;
ii. submitting information about the personal information of the Students, as required by the Promoter; and
iii. agreeing, on behalf of each Participating Secondary School, each School and each Student, to these Terms and Conditions;
c) if a School is selected as a Finalist Group (defined below) to attend the YES Event in accordance with clause 12:
i. submit the Finalists Group’s Final Project to the Promoter as directed by the Promoter; and
ii. procure that the Finalist Group attend the YES Event and present their Project Pitch; and
d) follow any other reasonable direction provided by the Promoter and/or its representatives in relation to the Promotion,(each eligible entry, an “Eligible Entry”).
8. A Participating Secondary School may submit more than one (1) Project. A School, if chosen to attend the YES Event by the Promoter as a Finalist Group, may only present one (1) Project Pitch.
9. To protect the integrity of this Promotion, the Promoter reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to verify, at any time (including after the closing of the Promotion) the validity of all entries (including a Student’s identity and age) and to disqualify any School or Student who submits invalid, incomplete, indecipherable, or illegible entries or tampers with the entry process or uses any automated entry software or any other mechanical or electronic means to submit repeated entries.
10. The Promoter acknowledges that the Promoter obtains no right, title or interest in any Project produced by a School and its Students participating in this Promotion.
11. If a School desires to assign a right, title or interest in any Project produced by the School and its Students, the School acknowledges and agrees that they must first offer the Promoter the right to obtain a right, title or interest in any such Project produced by a School and its Students.

Judging and Prizes

12. All Project entries made by the Schools will be compiled by the Promoter and will be reviewed within 30 days after Monday 30 August 2021 by a panel of judges comprising employees of the Promoter and/or employees of an agent of the Promoter.
13. The Promoter will review and judge all Project entries and select, in its sole discretion four (4) Schools based on their Project’s satisfaction of the Criteria (the “Finalist Groups” and “Finalist Group Members”).
14. The Finalist Groups will attend the YES Event and present their Project Pitches to both:
a) a panel of experts nominated by the Promoter or its agent (“Panel of Experts”); and
b) the audience present at the YES Event (“Audience”).
15. Immediately following each Project Pitch:
a) the Panel of Experts will be asked to review, challenge and critique the Project Pitch using the Criteria; and select a Project Pitch as the winner (the “Winning Group”) and identify to the Promoter the Final Group that placed second overall to become the “Second Chance Winning Group
18. Each Finalist Group Member of a Winning Group (“Winning Group Member”) will share in the Prize.
19. There is one (1) Prize in total.
20. Within a reasonable period of time following the appointment of the Winning Group, a representative of the Promoter will contact the representative of the Winning Group via email or phone to the email address or phone numbers provided in the course of their Eligible Entry. The Winning Group representative will be informed of the way in which the Prize will be claimed.
21. If the representative of the Winning Group cannot be contacted, is not able to satisfy these Terms and Conditions or forfeits or fails to accept the Prize in accordance with clause 20, they will be deemed to have forfeited their entitlement to the Prize. If the Winning Group forfeits the Prize, the Promoter will award the prize to the “Second Chance Winning Group Member”. Each Second Chance Winning Group Member will receive a Prize. These Terms and Conditions apply to the Second Chance Winning Group and each Second Chance Winning Group Member as if they were the Winning Group and a Winning Group Member, respectively.
22. The total value of the Prize is $1,000.
23. The Prize value is correct at the time of printing and the Promoter accepts no responsibility for any subsequent variation in the Prize value.
24. The Prize is not transferable or exchangeable and is not redeemable for cash.
25. If the Prize (or part of the Prize) is unavailable, the Promoter reserves the right to substitute the Prize (or part of the Prize) with a prize of equal value or specification. No responsibility or liability is accepted for any variation in the value of the Prize.

Personal Information and Privacy

26. The details contained in a School’s entry are protected by security safeguards as detailed in the Promoter's Privacy Policy, which is available at www.mynrma.com.au. Personal information (of a School and each Student) will only be used in accordance with the Promoter’s Privacy Policy. The Promoter will also endeavour to provide each School with an option to opt out of receipt of such communications. A School should direct any request to access, update or correct information to the Promoter.
27. You can contact the Promoter’s Privacy Officer if you would like details of the personal information that the Promoter may hold about a School or a Student or if you would like it to be corrected. Our Privacy Officer's contact details are:

Privacy Officer
9 Murray Rose Avenue
Sydney Olympic Park
NSW 2127
or via email at

28. The Promoter may, for an indefinite period, unless otherwise advised, use a School’s or a Student’s personal information (such as name, age and image) and any other information provided to the Promoter pursuant to this Promotion without remuneration or compensation to a School or a Student for promotional, marketing, publicity, research and profiling purposes.

Limitation of Liability

29. The Promoter makes no representations or warranties as to the quality, suitability or merchantability of any goods or services offered as part of the Promotion. To the extent permitted by law, the Promoter is not liable for any loss (including indirect and consequential loss) suffered to person or property by reason of any act or omission, deliberate or negligent, by the Promoter or its employees or agents, in connection with the arrangement for the supply, or the supply, of goods and services by any person to the Winning Group or a Winning Group Member and, where applicable, to any persons accompanying the Winning Group or a Winning Group Member. This clause does not affect any rights a consumer may have which are unable to be excluded under Australian law. To the fullest extent permitted by law, any liability of the Promoter or its employees or agents for breach of any such rights is limited to the payment of the costs of having the Prize supplied again.
30. The Promoter may:
a) modify or suspend the Promotion if all entrants participating in the competition until that point are notified of the changes to these Terms and Conditions, upon notification of any such changes, the affected entrants may terminate their participation in the competition without any liability to the entrant; or
b) terminate or cancel the Promotion.
31. The Promoter will not be liable for any modification, suspension, termination or cancellation.
32. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.

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