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Listen in to Townsville's hit103.1 for your chance to be part of the action in the all new Hit Hut!

There's a new place to experience all the hits of a North Queensland Toyota Cowboys home game at 1300SMILES Stadium, with the vibrant Hit Hut in the Eastern terrace providing another level of entertainment, thanks to Southern Cross Austereo's hit103.1 Townsville.

Members and fans will get the chance to win tickets to the exclusive seating area at each Cowboys home game in 2017 by listening to the ‘home of hits and old school’, Townsville's hit103.1.

Stay tuned to Cliffo & Loggy’s breakfast show throughout the season for your opportunity to win your way in!

Southern Cross Austereo marketing and promotions manager Alix Harrington said the team at the popular local broadcaster were thrilled to be right amongst the action.

“We couldn’t think of a better place to be than alongside the diehard Cowboys fans,” Ms Harrington said.

“The Hit Hut is the place where clients and listeners get to meet our on-air crew and special guests whilst watching a captivating game of football.”

A live performance by Busby Marou in round one was the first of many exciting acts to be part of the Hit Hut lineup in 2017. 

“There will be multiple chances across the year to win your way into the Hit Hut with Cliffo & Loggy on Townsville’s hit103.1 breakfast show,” Ms Harrington said.

For Cowboys general manager brand and experience Jacqui James-Eggins, the Hit Hut is a huge win for fans, and a great example of how engaged the club's partners are with members and supporters.

“It’s a dynamic fan activation that creates a direct link between our major partner and our supporter base,” Ms James-Eggins said.

“The Hit Hut is an innovative addition to our fan engagement experiences, giving our fans the best opportunities to enjoy the game we all love.”

Keep an eye out for hit103.1 Townsville listeners enjoying the Hit Hut at this Saturday night's home game against the Tigers!


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