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The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys are delighted to again be partnering with BMD, with the construction and land development company re-signing as a major partner.

BMD is a national group of companies engaged in engineering design, construction and land development for clients and partners in the urban development, transport infrastructure and resources and energy sectors.

The renewal will see BMD continue to sponsor the Cowboys coaching staff, including coach Paul Green, and the naming rights sponsorship of BMD Full Time Field Time – a post-match favourite at Cowboys home games with fans of all ages!

Mick Power AM, Group Board Chairman and Managing Director, said BMD is proud to have once again come on board as a major partner.

“BMD has long-standing ties with the Queensland rugby league community and we are proud to continue our support of the North Queensland Cowboys,” Mr Power said.

“As a national group of companies with more than 20 years’ experience in Townsville, BMD looks forward to continuing to watch the Cowboys grow from strength to strength as they embark on what is sure to be another successful NRL season.”

Cowboys General Manager Commercial Business Jeff Reibel said the partnership is a positive representation of the long and robust collaborations the club has with Townsville businesses.

“We are excited to welcome back BMD, who have been long-term supporters of the club. With their commitment to supporting our local community, the partnership aligns seamlessly with the Cowboys' community focus,” Mr Reibel said.

The first BMD Full Time Field Time will be held after the Cowboys' Round 1 season opener against the Canberra Raiders on Saturday 4 March.

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