NAMING SPONSOR: Beef Week president Stuart George welcomes new naming sponsor Northern Co-operative Meat Company’s CEO Simon Stahl.
NAMING SPONSOR: Beef Week president Stuart George welcomes new naming sponsor Northern Co-operative Meat Company’s CEO Simon Stahl. Samantha Elley

THIS year the 2014 Northern Co-operative Meat Company Casino

THIS year the 2014 Northern Co-operative Meat Company Casino Beef Week Festival promises to be bigger and better than ever thanks to their new naming sponsor.

NCMC chairman John Seccombe said they were proud to be the naming sponsor.

"The co-operative is pleased to confirm its major sponsorship of this iconic community festival, given the importance of the event to the region and our stakeholders, including employees and shareholders," he said.

The dates for this year's NCMC Casino Beef Week Festival are May 24 to June 3 and as in previous years, it is an exciting 10 days of fun-filled events.

Festival organisers are co-ordinating in excess of 65 events with a focus on low-cost family entertainment and experiences for the entire community.

According to Beef Week president Stuart George, it is a chance to come together and celebrate the Richmond Valley lifestyle and community spirit.

"The generous contributions of festival sponsors are essential to the continued viability of our much-loved event," he said.

"The co-operative is recognised by the people of the Northern Rivers as a huge contributor to our community and we are grateful and very proud to confirm our association with them."

 For more information on the 2014 NCMC Casino Beef Week Festival, visit casinobeefweek.com.au.



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