BRONCOS DROP IN TO PLAY
Brisbane players meet with Dalby followers on and off the footy field
ARROW Energy held their annual Broncos Fan Day at Dalby Leagues Club on Saturday.
Broncos marketing manager Kurt Russell said it was great to see so many people.
“Dalby is a key area for the club so its awesome to see this many people come out and welcome the team,” Mr Russell said.
“Players like Andrew McCullough getting swamped all day, he’s obvious quite a star out here so its awesome to see.”
Arrow Energy’s Vice President of external relations and tenure management Lisa Elder described the day as fantastic.
“We’ve had around 1600 people here today,” Ms Elder said.
“Its just great to see.” “Lots of families talk to us about not having had the chance to go to Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane and to be able to see the whole team here has been fantastic.”
“(The Broncos) have been out and about; we’ve had them out doing various activities from skirmish to looking at the new LifeFlight AW139 Aircraft which we’ve flown in today.
“They’ve also been face painting, we’ve had them in the traditional owners tent looking at some of the indigenous artefacts from the history of the Western Downs regional area, and they’ve joined everyone for lunch so we’ve had a great day.”
The PCYC had their skirmish equipment out and the Dalby Leagues Club and the Donut Man kept crowds fed throughout the day. MORE PHOTOS ON PGS 18-19
TRUE FAN: Lucas and Harry Harms, from Kumbia, meet some of the Broncos at the Arrow Energy-organised fan day.