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Fantastic evening with key corporate clients

19 June 2015

Great turn out as plans for the new season begin

Fleetwood Town FC held an exclusive launch for 2015/16 hospitality ahead of the new League One season with key corporate clients in the Parkside Suite.

The event took place on Thursday evening with a short presentation from the Club’s commercial team followed with an exclusive interview with Chairman Andy Pilley who revealed his continued vision for the football club.

First team manager Graham Alexander followed up with a preview to the new season before all the guests met with Club officials to highlight their requirements.

Head of Commercial Martin Booker was delighted with the event overall. He said: “It was the first time we have run such an event.

All of the Club’s key hospitality clients were invited to take a look at our 15/16 packages and graded fixtures for the new season.

“The interest in the Blackpool game and a number of other local derby games were high and we have taken a number of advance bookings from our regular clientele who enjoyed hospitality with us last season prior to this going on general sale next week.

“We are delighted to confirm we are working with Twelve Restaurant again who continue to provide a fantastic dining experience for our guests next season.

“Over 5,000 clients enjoyed the VIP treatment last season and we look forward to welcoming more clients to Highbury this season.”

Prices for the 15/16 campaign in the Parkside Suite are as follows
Grade A £69*
Grade B £59
Grade C £49

Executive boxes are as follows for 12 guests
Grade A £900 plus VAT*
Grade B £750 plus VAT
Grade C £600 plus VAT

*Fleetwood Town reserve the right to premium Grade A fixtures

Hospitality goes on general sale on Monday 22nd June for 2015/16 fixtures and for our pre-season fixtures with Burnley and Getafe.

Contact the team on or call 01253 775080 and select option two.

Keep up to date with latest events at Highbury on @FTFCCommercial on Twitter and Facebook.

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