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Stockland Townsville releases Cowboys-themed reusable bags

North Queensland Toyota Cowboys partner Stockland Townsville has demonstrated their commitment to both the environment and the local community with the release of a collection of free Cowboys themed reusable shopping bags.

Made from 100 per cent recycled PET plastic bottles, the bags were created to help the community reduce the use of plastic shopping bags and ease the transition to a more environmentally friendly way of shopping.

There are six different styles of bags in the collection with new designs released fortnightly. Some bags feature individual Cowboys players and their club stats while the final bag design includes the whole 2018 Cowboys team.

Stockland Townsville centre manager Malcolm Miller said he hoped the reusable bags would help customers in the transition to plastic bag free shopping.

"Stockland understands the significant impact plastic bags can have on our environment, and we are happy to be working with the local community to help reduce the use of plastic shopping bags," Miller said.

Adding a Cowboys themed reusable bag to your collection is easy! Simply spend $20 or more in any Specialty Store or $50 or more in any Major Store in Stockland Townsville and present your receipt to the Customer Care Desk to collect.

Want to know which bags are available and when? See the bag schedule below.

• Current Release: available until Sunday 12 August 2018: featuring Michael Morgan, Te Maire Martin and Corey Jensen.
• Bag 4: available Monday 13 August to Sunday 26 August 2018: featuring Johnathan Thurston, Shaun Fensom and Antonio Winterstein.
• Bag 5: available Monday 27 August to Sunday 9 September 2018: featuring Gavin Cooper, Lachlan Coote, Javid Bowen.
• Bag 6: available Monday 10 September to Sunday 23 September 2018: featuring the 2018 Cowboys Team.

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.