Glasgow Ticket To The Max

Glasgow Warriors players Colin Gregor and Jamie Hunter have delivered tickets to Cumnock RFC as part of an exciting new initiative.The Warriors have written to clubs offering them the opportunity to sell tickets to home games at Hughenden with 50% of the revenue raised going straight back into their own club. Colin and Jamie were on hand to give the first batch of tickets to our first _ambassadora?", Morton Houston of Cumnock RFC. The Warriors are looking to set up ambassadors in as many clubs as possible whose role will be to run this initiative, but also importantly to be the channel for all clubs to better link with the professional team and be the focal point to channel club requests for pro team player involvement at a local level or other involvement which the Warriors are keen to develop at club level. The financial return is designed to help achieve growth of the game throughout the country. The new initiative is designed to increase support for the Glasgow Warriors team while also boosting finance for local clubs and schools. Glasgow Warriors chairman Charles Shaw said: a??This initiative is the first in a series aimed at building the relationship between Glasgow Warriors and clubs/schools, working together towards a mutual goal to build the game.a??This should be a a??win-wina?" scenario encouraging greater support for the Warriors whilst at the same time generating a financial boost for local clubs and schools.a?? The new initiative is designed to increase support for the Glasgow Warriors team while also boosting finance for local clubs and schools. Those wishing to get involved in the new initiative should contact Glasgow Warriors business manager, Diane Murphy, on 0141 616 5008 or email [email protected] for more information. Glasgow Warriors players Colin Gregor and Jamie Hunter have delivered tickets to Cumnock RFC as part of an exciting new initiative.The Warriors have written to clubs offering them the opportunity to sell tickets to home games at Hughenden with 50% of the revenue raised going straight back into their own club. Colin and Jamie were on hand to give the first batch of tickets to our first _ambassadora?", Morton Houston of Cumnock RFC. The Warriors are looking to set up ambassadors in as many clubs as possible whose role will be to run this initiative, but also importantly to be the channel for all clubs to better link with the professional team and be the focal point to channel club requests for pro team player involvement at a local level or other involvement which the Warriors are keen to develop at club level. The financial return is designed to help achieve growth of the game throughout the country. The new initiative is designed to increase support for the Glasgow Warriors team while also boosting finance for local clubs and schools. Glasgow Warriors chairman Charles Shaw said: a??This initiative is the first in a series aimed at building the relationship between Glasgow Warriors and clubs/schools, working together towards a mutual goal to build the game.a??This should be a a??win-wina?" scenario encouraging greater support for the Warriors whilst at the same time generating a financial boost for local clubs and schools.a?? The new initiative is designed to increase support for the Glasgow Warriors team while also boosting finance for local clubs and schools. Those wishing to get involved in the new initiative should contact Glasgow Warriors business manager, Diane Murphy, on 0141 616 5008 or email [email protected] for more information.