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10 March 2016

Find out more from the meeting at PPG Canalside

- ATT Voices Panel meeting in February 2016
- Fans’ panel discusses 2016/17 Season Cards
- Directors Sean Jarvis, Ann Hough & Roger Burnley attend

Details from the February 2016 meeting of the 'All Together Town' meeting have today been released. 
This meeting's focus was a discussion on the 2016/17 Season Card campaign, with details having been confirmed earlier in the week.

16 members of the Voices Panel were in attendance as well as several Huddersfield Town staff members including Commercial Director Sean Jarvis, Operations Director Ann Hough, Non-Executive Director Roger Burnley, Ticket Office Manager Sue Beaumont, Marketing Coordinator Jonathan Wilkinson, Club Ambassador Andy Booth, Communications Manager David Threlfall-Sykes and Supporter Partnerships Executive Rachel Taylor.

Independent Supporter Liaison Officer Nathan Hosker also attended.

The Club opened proceedings by asking the supporters on the panel for ideas on how they could help to publicise and spread the word about the #WagnerRevolution Season Card campaign, which will see prices set at £179 adults, £69 8-17 year-olds and £23 for Under-8s for the initial 10,000 fans. 
Advertising avenues are available but often quite expensive, so the Club is looking for fans to take up the challenge and spread the word – with organisations such as the HTSA, Patrons and the North Stand Loyal group playing an important role.

Discussions took place about using the NSL group as an example of the improved atmosphere and match day experience at the Club, who exactly the Club should be targeting with the campaign and how, including reaching other communities within the local area. 

There were also discussions about a possible scheme that would allow supporters to pay extra for their Season Card, with the additional cash benefiting children in the area through the Town Foundation.

Non-Executive Director Roger Burnley then addressed supporters, introducing them to his new role at the Club and discussing the importance of the ATT Panel moving forwards. 

The meeting finished with discussions over the subject of the next meeting, with the catering on match days high on the agenda. 

For full information on how the ‘All Together Town’ panel works, click HERE.

The Club is always looking for supporters who want to get involved with ATT and help make a real difference. Should you wish to be part of the ATT Online panel and contribute and give feedback to surveys via email in the future, please email with your name, address, postcode, date of birth and client reference number and you will be added to the list.

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