Posted by Alex Marshall on Sep 18, 2022
After its successful Van Rouge campaign, RIMERN is embarking on a new campaign - marketing quality wines towards funding a new delivery van to streamline operations.
The new campaign will reward RIMERN clients by providing photos of the donated goods in situ, in their new homes, and on RIMERN social media. This activity promotes RIMERN's services and demonstrates to clients, volunteers and donors (stakeholders), the quality of the goods available: a positive and inspiring image.
It’s Spring: time for a new life and a new beginning.
The new RIMERN wine promotion is called “Homemaker Voucher Vino”. Again, it will offer quality wines at a special cost. Funds raised will contribute to the Rewards scheme for the RIMERN clients who participate in the social media campaign. Funds will also contribute to the much-needed delivery van.
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Rewards will consist of a $50 Coles Group & Myer Gift Card which can be redeemed by our clients in Myer, Target, Kmart, Coles, Liquorland, Vintage Cellars, First Choice Liquor Superstore or Officeworks. It allows the clients to add personalised touches to their new homes such as small items or goodies to entertain...

The wine selection is a new and exciting range produced by the well-known Yarra Valley winemaker Peter Fergusson with exciting premium options.
These are: -
·      South Australian 2021 Sauvignon Blanc 
·      Clare Valley 2020 Riesling 
·      Victorian 2021 Reserve Sangiovese Rosé
·      Yarra Valley 2018 Chardonnay
·      Yarra Valley 2019 Pinot Noir
·      Heathcote 2020 Shiraz
How do I order?
You can order a minimum of 6 bottles, but we raise $40 per dozen sold! Remember: for every purchase of a dozen wines from the above selection, $40.00 goes towards the purchase of the vouchers.
Peruse the offerings above and make your selection – there is a great selection to suit your palate. Order by clicking on the link:
If you have any queries on this fantastic offer, please contact either Geoff Widmer or David Fallick.
Alex Marshall
Director, Community Service