The Gympie Carcass Classic's awards dinner at the the Gympie State High School attracted a crowd of about 200 people.
LRTAQ president Gerard Johnson opened the event, outlining the role the industry body has played during the pandemic and the opportunity the annual conference offers businesses in attendance.
Mr Christou said organisers have been working with Queensland Health in light of the recent outbreak and subsequent lockdown in Brisbane.
The team from MBW won the traditional beef sausage, traditional pork sausage, poultry sausage, lamb sausage and continental sausage, ham on bone, boneless ham, bacon, kabana and pre scalded sausage.
The line-up includes Paul Kelly, Ian Moss, Kasey Chambers, Hope D, The Wolfe Brothers, Benny Nelson, Mitch Salisbury, Charlie Fittler and Fe Fi Fo Fum.
It's the first time in 15 years that the Reds have been to Townsville, taking on the Waikato-based Chiefs the day after the New Zealand Warriors clash with the Cowboys.