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Trust STFC Membership Soars

Trust STFC Membership Soars

TrustSTFC are delighted to report that the membership drive announced on Thursday got off to a flying start, with nearly 200 new members signing up ahead of Saturdays home game against Lincoln City.

A total of 179 new members were signed up on Saturday. Combined with postal and online subscriptions, Trust membership has effectively doubled in the space of a week.

Commenting on the success, Trust communications officer Andy Ratcliffe said :'We have to say a big thank-you to all the volunteers who gave up their time on Saturday to help sign people up, and a warm welcome to all our new members.'

'The more members we have, the stronger voice we have to represent the fans at a crucial time in the clubs history. We will continue our efforts to build our membership in the coming weeks, and would urge all fans to join us and make their voice heard.'

The cost of Trust membership for one year has been cut to just £1 until the end of the year. Fans can join online by visiting the Trust web site at www.truststfc.co.uk/join.php. Volunteers will also be signing up new members at forthcoming matches.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Sunday October 29 2006
Time: 10:15PM

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