Open evening at Clevedon
CLEVEDON Town FC are holding an open evening for local businesses on July 23 at The Hand Stadium.
CLEVEDON Town FC are holding an open evening for local businesses on July 23 at The Hand Stadium
Following recent changes at Clevedon Town Football Club, the directors and staff are holding an open evening, with an open invitation to all local business people. "This is an event not taken on before in the club's history to my knowledge," states Russell Conybeare, a director of the Clevedon Town FC
Catering will be provided by Ultimate Bite who among many changes at the club will be taking up position of resident caterers at the Hand Stadium. "We want to ask the business community to get behind what is now a truly local club and explore the opportunities the Southern Business League side can offer, our facilities are second to none in the League including conferencing facilities and hospitality events and are keen to highlight this. During the off-season months we have restructured and all involved are looking forward to a promising season and future."
The evening will be in-formal, doors open at 5.30 for those on their way home who want to pop in for a bite and a drink, the bar will be open until late for those who want to make an evening of it joining us later if they prefer.
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The evening will climax in the raffling of the club's main sponsor package. Tickets are just �100 and are available now or can be purchased on the evening for a package in previous years offered for �5,000 and includes the advertising of the business or logo on the team's new shirts for the season plus many other benefits. There is also a second and third prize all representing great value for money to the lucky winner. Details can be found on the club's web site www.clevedontownfc.co.uk
If you are unable to make the event and would like to explore the opportunities or pre-purchase your raffle ticket, please contact Paul Guy at email@example.com
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