They're hot like a sunrise, fully vaxxed and hoping to encourage Aussies to roll up their sleeves to 'vax up' in their highly anticipated return to TV.
AAMI's Rhonda and Ketut, the iconic couple known for their Balinese love story, sunglass tans, 'beautiful brake feet', and penchant for safe driving have taken a break from Australian TV screens for almost a decade to raise their three kids away from the prying eyes of the media.
Their return to TV is in the national interest - to encourage their fellow Aussies to roll up their sleeves and 'vax up' to help in the recovery from COVID-19. The special TV commercial aired on Saturday, 18 September.
Suncorp Group CEO Insurance Product and Portfolio Lisa Harrison said the new AAMI campaign aligns with the brand's role in supporting communities get back on their feet.
'As an insurer, we're in the business of recovery, with AAMI helping Australians get back on the road, protect their homes, get back to business and recover from natural disasters for over 50 years,' Ms Harrison said. 'Now more than ever it's important that we come together to help get us back on the road to recovery.'
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