Kingsberry offer helping Food Relief NQ

Food Relief NQ will be the beneficiaries of a new community partnership between the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys and Townsville-based Kingsberry Property.


As part of its association with the Cowboys, Kingsberry Property has come up with two special offers for North Queensland members who are selling their property or have one to let.


For any property owned by a Cowboys member and sold through Kingsberry Property until 31 December, 10% of Kingsberrys sales commission will be donated to Food Relief NQ once the property settlement has been completed.


If a Cowboys member places their rental property under the management of Kingsberry Property during December, not only will the first month of management services be provided at zero commission to the owners, $250 per property will be donated to Food Relief NQ and their Christmas Food Appeal.


To take advantage of either offer, Cowboys members only need to quote their 2014 membership number to Kingsberry during the initial consultation.


Were really pleased to be able to present two membership deals that not only provide value for Cowboys members but also Food Relief NQ, one of our regions most important not-for-profit organisations, Kingsberry Property director Benjamin Kingsberry said.


As a long-time North Queensland-based company, were very happy to be able to help the great work Food Relief NQ undertakes, as well as support the Cowboys, who are arguably North Queenslands most identifiable brand.


Kingsberry Property is the oldest established business in Townsville, with its history dating back to 1879 when William Kirk established the Timber Merchants & House & Land Estate Agents in Flinders Street.


The family business was rebranded as Kingsberry Property in 2006.


Food Relief NQ purchases and redistributes food surplus from wholesalers, retailers and industry producers to registered welfare and community organisations before it becomes waste.


Over the past five years, Food Relief NQ has purchased an average of $280,000 worth of food each year.


The Cowboys are proud to have established this new partnership with Kingsberry Property, North Queensland general manager commercial Steve Mitchell said.


They are a truly local business who have come to us with some great ideas about how our links can help North Queensland.


This is only the start of what we believe will be a very beneficial relationship for us, Kingsberry and the North Queensland community.


Main photo: Ben Kingsberry with Cowboy Ray Thompson at Food Relief NQ