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North Queensland Toyota Cowboys and Queensland great Brent Tate has urged North Queensland’s corporate community to experience the thrill of live footy in catered comfort as the team surges towards the end of the NRL season.

With just four matches at 1300SMILES Stadium left in the 2015 home and away season – and with the team enjoying one of its best seasons to date, the time is right to take advantage of some fantastic corporate packages to add to the experience of cheering the team on during this all-important phase of their 2015 NRL campaign.

“The boys have had a stellar year to date, and they’re primed to finish off strongly,” Tate said.

“We’ve got four home games left at 1300SMILES Stadium – starting with the Cowboys country and western-themed showdown against the Eels on Monday 27 July – and we’d love to see as many people as possible come out and get behind the team.”

The Cowboys host the Eels on Monday 27 July (Round 20), Raiders on Saturday 1 August (Round 21), Rabbitohs on Thursday 13 August (Round 23) and the Titans on Saturday 5 September (Round 26).

Cowboys corporate partnership manager Dean Payne said a corporate hospitality package offered a unique way to enjoy a Cowboys home game with colleagues or clients, with a variety of options available.

“We’ve got some great discounted options for the Eels game, including a 10-seat box in the Western grandstand for $1200 plus GST, a 10-seat box in the Eastern grandstand for $900 plus GST, or a Muster Club package for $210 plus GST," he said.

A piece of Cowboys merchandise will be included with each purchase (conditions apply).

For more details or to book, contact:
Dean Payne, Corporate Partnership Manager
Tel: 4773 0770, 0439 716 997

Acknowledgement of Country

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.