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7 February 2013

Friendly group here to help on match days

Huddersfield Town has a new team of match day people who want to help improve your experience at home fixtures – the ‘Town Family’!

Dressed in bright green uniforms with ‘Here to Help’ on the back, the ‘Town Family’ are positioned around the ground on home match days to help out and take suggestions on how we can improve the match day experience for Town supporters.

The ‘Town Family’ will also have stadium maps and general information and will be of service to those seeking information on turnstiles, directions, disabled access and anything else!

In addition, at select games they will also distribute information, give out stickers and goodies, take ‘Terry the Terrier’ around the ground and aim to meet and interact with fans.

Town’s Supporter Partnerships Manager Robyn Deegan commented:

“We’re always looking at ways in which we can improve our fans’ match day experience. As well as helping long-term supporters, we also need to help people who may be visiting our Stadium for the first time and the ‘Town Family’ is here to cater for all supporters. 

"They will be particularly important this weekend as we have 1,000 new fans coming to the ground thanks to our 'Schools Focus' activity (click HERE for full info).

“The ‘Town Family’ will provide a set of friendly faces around our ground on a home match day, so if you have any constructive comments on how we can improve our service please let them know and they will relay it back to the Club.”

Get your ticket for Saturday’s game at home to Cardiff – click HERE!

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