Volunteer Thank You Party 2016 (update)

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(Updated 07/10/2016) Exeter City Football Club deeply appreciates the fans who assist club staff by working voluntarily on a huge array of jobs. These are as diverse as stadium cleaning and maintenance, ticketing, and even preparing the players’ meals and washing their kit. Last year there was the added task of dealing with literally thousands of ticket applications for our two matches against the mighty Liverpool. Some ordinary fans worked alongside Club Staff full-time for many days on that particular project alone.

Every year the Club and Supporters’ Trust act together to lay on a thank you party to recognise this tremendous input. This year it will take place in the Paramount Personnel Lounge after our match on Saturday 8th October 2016 vs Grimsby Town. Admission will be via special wristbands for the party obtainable from the VIP entrance in Red Square directly after the game. There will be pizza and salad to eat from 5.15 and everyone will receive a drinks token to use at the Bar next to the lounge. There will be no reason to drink and eat up quickly however because the bar will remain open and there is an England International on the TV plus the usual free to enter volunteers’ raffle. We also expect Steve Perryman and the players to be joining us.

Admission is by invitation only and these should have reached volunteers by Friday 23rd September 2016. Please let our organiser know if you are a volunteer and haven’t received your invitation on 07511521959 or andybratt1@gmail.com

Update 07/10/16: We have over 60 volunteers coming along to our ‘Thank You’ party tomorrow, thank you to everyone who replied. A free prize draw will be held and prizes include:

  • a £150 DIY voucher
  • a hamper
  • tanning studio voucher
  • Matchday hospitality for two
  • Signed shirt
  • Signed team photo
  • A copy of FIFA17 with a VERY limited Exeter City cover
  • Plus more!

Thanks must to go to Clive and Elaine Davis, Paul West and Greg Hill for their generous donations of prizes.

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