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There will be a new name on the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys’ jerseys from next season with Brisclean signing on as a major sponsor of the NRL club until the end of 2016.

The partnership, which includes Brisclean appearing as a sleeve sponsor on the Cowboys’ home, away and special edition jerseys, was announced at the inaugural Cowboys Race Day, sponsored by Brisclean, at Cluden Park in Townsville today.

Brisclean have already started sponsoring the Cowboys’ man-of-the-match award at each home game and will have their logo on the back of the training shirts and singlets worn by the NRL and NYC squads over the next two seasons.

Former Cowboy Dallas Johnson has been appointed as a Brisclean ambassador to enhance the ties between the club and its new partner.

An innovative cleaning company with expertise in the retail, hospitality, health, industrial and commercial sectors, Brisclean currently services more than 100 venues in Brisbane, Townsville, Mackay, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.

Founded by Bijal Sheth in 2006, it has cemented its position as one of Australia’s fastest growing cleaning companies and already has associations with other NRL and AFL clubs.

“This is a major commitment by Brisclean and we’re extremely happy to be part of the future of the Cowboys,” Mr Sheth said.

Toyota Cowboys General Manager – Commercial Steve Mitchell said Brisclean’s decision to sign on as a major sponsor was another strong show of support for the North Queensland club.

“To have companies such as Brisclean become a member of our family of partners is rewarding for us and great news for the Cowboys and our members and fans,” Mr Mitchell said.

“Bijal and his staff have already shown that they are big supporters of our club and we’re looking forward to developing a long and successful association with them.”

Main image: Steve Mitchell, Bijal Sheth & Paul Green

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