Tuesday, September 01, 2020

Nairn County have launched a new supporters’ loyalty scheme to reward fans for their backing

Nairn County have launched a new supporters’ loyalty scheme to reward fans for their backing. 

Club 1914 named after the year the football club was founded gives supporters all over the world the chance to make direct contributions to the running of Nairn County and in return, they will be rewarded each time they reach a payment milestone as well as receiving exclusive members’ benefits. 

The idea is the brainchild of County committee member and former full back, Ali Nicol. 

Ali said: “We wanted to come up with something which rewarded fans not only locally but from far and wide as well for their support of the club. We feel that the membership benefits and payment milestones offered to Club 1914 members does that. 

“It gives fans the chance not only to help the club out but to get closer to the club than ever before.

 “We realise that the supporters have been fantastic for us, particularly over the last few years and we wanted to reward that loyalty along the way.

 “It is really quick and easy to sign up to Club 1914 and supporters can contribute as little or as much as they are comfortable with and still take advantage of all the members benefits.

 “The funds raised go directly into helping the club with strengthening the playing squad and improving the facilities around Station Park, so we hope that fans feel their contributions are being put to good use.

All members of Club 1914 receive free entry to Nairn County home friendly fixtures, 20% off club merchandise, advanced option to purchase new kits before general sale, breaking news notifications direct by email and free entry to quarterly prize draw

.As well as this, once members reach payment milestones of £50, £100, £300, £500 and £750 they will receive a free Club 1914 pin badge, woolly hat, scarf, unique Nairn County shirt and match day hospitality pass for two people respectively. 

For full details and to join, visit nairncountyfc.co.uk/supporters-corner

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