Pacific Toyota Shows Community Spirit with Cowboys Experience
Cairns, QLD, Australia – (News4us.com) June 20, 2012
Greg Eastment, managing director of Pacific Toyota Cairns was keen to fill Toyota’s Camry Couch and ticket allocation at this weekend’s Cowboys game against the Canberra Raiders in Townsville.
With members of the community deserving a break and embracing the opportunity to witness first class football up close.
To fill Toyota’s Camry Couch, Pacific Toyota’s customer service manager, Romee Delhaas looked no further than Cairns Base Hospital’s children’s ward and was able to seek and secure the travel details of a well deserving family in need of a break.
The last two and a half years have been extremely challenging for the Johnson family of Cairns whose son, Rian, was diagnosed with leukaemia at just two years of age.
Parents, Jasmine and Michael Johnson and their children Rian and Zander (six years old) will fly to Townsville and stay overnight courtesy of Greg Eastment and his team at Pacific Toyota Cairns.
While Rian is still undergoing treatment and not strong enough to join his brother, Pacific Toyota also organised for Zander to experience all the excitement and adrenalin of running on the field with the players before the start of the game.
A Just Reward for Good School Attendance
To make the most of their ‘sponsor ticket’ allocation to the game, Romee looked no further than Yarrabah State School whose students are keen rugby league followers, particularly player, Johnathan Thurston who recently visited the school.
After contacting school principal, Simon Cotton, Romee was able to organise 15 tickets to the game that will be taken up this weekend by students with best attendance record.
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