Industry fund LGIAsuper has announced a sponsorship deal with National Rugby League premiers the North Queensland Cowboys.
LGIAsuper, which changed its name this month from LGsuper, has announced a new 'partnership' with the NRL premiers the North Queensland Cowboys.
On top of the sponsorship deal, LGIAsuper has selected Maroons State of Origin representative Michael Morgan as its 'Player Ambassador'.
LGIAsuper chief executive David Todd said Morgan's "continued growth, solid on and off-field performance and ongoing commitment to the Cowboys embodies everything LGIAsuper aims to achieve for its members".
"His dedication to the local community and involvement with charitable organisations also make him the perfect ambassador for LGIAsuper as we broaden our community connections," Mr Todd said.
"A key benefit of the partnership is the LGIAsuper Community Hub held at each home game in Townsville. This initiative will give the fund a chance to further connect with local communities by helping different charities raise awareness," he said.
A statement by LGIAsuper said: "Supporting a team so many people are passionate about is a cost-effective way for LGIAsuper to engage with current members wherever they work or live."
LGIAsuper manages the retirement savings of 90,000 current and former Queensland local government employees and their spouses. It currently manages $9.5 billion.
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