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North Queensland Toyota Cowboys member Deb Wilson has won an amazing Cowboys “money can't buy” experience simply by renewing her membership for the 2014 NRL season.

A Cowboys member for the past 10 years and a massive fan, Deb had her name drawn out from all those who renewed their membership or joined the club as a new member prior to 31 December.

Deb, a Platinum Star member, has four seats in the western stand at 1300SMILES Stadium and is at every Cowboys home game, usually alongside husband Fred, who only misses out when he’s working interstate.

She uses the other seats for her children and grandchildren and never has a problem finding volunteers to come along and cheer on their favourite team.

“We just love being at the games. The atmosphere and being part of it is so much better than staying at home and watching on TV,” Deb said.

“We always make sure we renew our membership because we love our seats.”

As the Cowboys “money can’t buy" experience” winner, Deb receives:
• A cheque for the value of her individual membership
• A 2014 Cowboys jersey with her name and favourite playing number on the back
• Her photo taken with the team
• Exclusive access to watch a team training session
• A signed 2014 team photo (framed), featuring Deb with the team
• A helicopter joyride for five people at a Cowboys home game
• Invitation for two to the 2014 Cowboys Derby Dinner
• Invitation for two to the 2014 Cowboys Presentation Ball

A Cowboys membership is packed with great benefits, including opportunities to win some great prizes just for signing up to the Stampede – stay tuned for your next chance to WIN!

Help us reach 14,000 in '14 – join the Stampede today!
• Join online @
• Call 1300 GO COWBOYS (1300 462 692 – option 1)
• In person @ 1300SMILES Stadium, Golf Links Drive, Kirwan
• Email

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North Queensland Cowboys respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.