SOLID SUPPORT: Gary Strandquist from Rockhampton Regional Council, CQ NRL Bid team executives Geoff Murphy and Denis Keeffe, Chris Smith from council, CQ NRL Bid development manager Ian Webster and council’s Glen Edmistone.
SOLID SUPPORT: Gary Strandquist from Rockhampton Regional Council, CQ NRL Bid team executives Geoff Murphy and Denis Keeffe, Chris Smith from council, CQ NRL Bid development manager Ian Webster and council’s Glen Edmistone. Frankie Mcrae

Rockhampton Regional Council staff stick up for CQ NRL bid

ROCKHAMPTON Regional Council staff will be the driving force behind the CQ NRL Bid from today, with all fleet vehicles sporting new support stickers.

Council chief executive officer Evan Pardon unveiled the stickers last week.

"A successful CQ NRL Bid will change Rockhampton both economically and socially and it's great that we can be part of such an important initiative that could shape our future enormously," Mr Pardon said.

CQ NRL Bid CEO Denis Keeffe said it was vital that the community supports such a significant project.



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