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Allara Learning and the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys are thrilled to announce they will be continuing their strong partnership with a multi-year major sponsorship extension from 2019.

The partnership renewal will ensure Allara Learning will continue their role as primary training partner of the Cowboys' Dream, Believe, Achieve program, as well as retaining their high-profile branding position on the back of the on-field playing shorts for 2019 and beyond.

From 2019, the partnership will also see Allara Learning work closely with the Cowboys Leagues Club to provide their hospitality training needs.

Allarah Learning signing

Going from strength-to-strength, the two-year partnership has had almost two hundred people partake in the Dream, Believe, Achieve program as well as thirteen Cowboys' players undertake double Diploma studies with Allara Learning this year.

Allara Learning CEO Andrew Lewis says we are very proud of the accomplishments of the Dream, Believe, Achieve participants. The training outcomes have positively changed the lives of so many.

"We are delighted to further extend our relationship with the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys", Mr Lewis said.

"Allara Learning and the North Queensland Toyota Cowboys are committed to making a positive contribution to the North Queensland region through successful engagement of training and education", Mr Lewis said.

Cowboys Chief Commercial Officer Jeff Reibel said the partnership renewal further highlights the club's passion to deliver strong employment outcomes for local job seekers in the region through collaboration with a quality training provider.

"This new extended partnership is a huge win for our club and really showcases our drive to collaborate with local organisations in supporting job seekers in learning new skills to better their futures," Mr Reibel said

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.