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National civil construction, engineering and urban development company BMD has upgraded its partnership with the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys to major sponsor level for the next two seasons.

As part of its new investment, BMD will be the sponsor of Cowboys head coach Paul Green and his coaching department, as well as naming rights sponsor for the popular Full Time Field Time session held after each North Queensland home game.

With its origins in Queensland and more than 20 years experience in Townsville, the BMD Group is recognised as a leader in the construction and property industries.

The partnership upgrade was announced today at BMD’s latest residential community in Townsville, Kalynda Chase, located a short distance from the Cowboys’ home ground.

“BMD is pleased to continue its ongoing support of the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys as the sponsor of coach Paul Green,” BMD’s Karina Hartley said.

“BMD and Paul have had a close relationship for many years, having been head coach at the BMD Wynnum Manly Seagulls in 2010 and 2011, prior to making the move into the National Rugby League (NRL).

“BMD is a national group of companies specialising in urban development, civil construction and engineering.

“BMD is proud to be part of the North Queensland community and with our sponsorship of Cowboys' head coach, Paul Green, we look forward to the Cowboys 2015 season.”

Toyota Cowboys General Manager – Commercial Steve Mitchell said BMD’s decision to upgrade their commitment to the Cowboys as a major sponsor was another strong show of support for the club heading into the 2015 season.

“To have great companies such as BMD in our family of partners is rewarding for us and it’s great news for the Cowboys and our members and fans that they’ve increased their support for the next two seasons,” Mr Mitchell said.

Main image: Coach Paul Green with David Argent, BMD Townsville

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