Life’s a beach at the Community Hub


The Cowboys delivered some special plays in the round 24 clash but the real heroes at 1300SMILES Stadium were the volunteers from Surf Life Saving Queensland who educated Hub visitors about how they can stay safe on and off the beach. 

Surf Life Saving Queensland is built on a fundamental principle: saving lives. The volunteers from the not-for-profit organisation work tirelessly each day to make sure Queenslanders feel safe and can enjoy the beaches. They are also involved in lifesaving activities out of the water with their involvement in CPR, first aid and sun safety training and education.

On field, it was the New Zealand Warriors who needed saving with the Cowboys riding the victory wave to a 34-6 win. Howdy Club members cheered on the team with their LGIAsuper megaphone and also had the opportunity to spot the LGIAsuper mascot, SuperTRU who debuted at the game.

The action continued on Sunday at the Cowboys Members Carnival where fans got the chance to sign up to the Howdy Club, say hello to SuperTRU and get their Howdy Hats signed by their favourite Cowboys player.

Remember to scan your Howdy Club card this week at the Community Hub, located near the Western gate at 1300SMILES Stadium to receive your exclusive flashing bracelet and to go into the running to win a pair of signed boots worn by LGIAsuper Ambassador Michael Morgan! Not a Howdy Club member? This is your last chance for the season to sign up and receive your Howdy Hat, so come down and say hi!

We hope to see you all wearing your Howdy Hats at the final home game of 2016 on 3 September when the Cowboys take on the resurgent Gold Coast Titans. 

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