In the last two years, Kidderminster Harriers FC have managed to bring in extra money towards their Harriers Youth Development set-up and the local community by joining the Goalden Gate Superdraw.
Adam Crowle, Chief Operating Officer and Director at Kidderminster Harriers FC, said “We’re constantly working to find new revenue streams as a club and, considering its wider benefits, the Harriers Goalden Gate is just perfect. Harriers fans can actually see not only that their money spend is coming directly to us and the kind of different it makes – while also being in with a chance of winning some great sums for themselves as well.”
In under three years Bath City FC, with help from Midland Sporting Association, have managed to raise an incredible £30,000 through the Goalden Gate Superdraw. This is a fantastic achievement for everyone involved at the football club and last month Bath City Commercial Manager, Bob Chester, had high praise for the lottery scheme stating “We at Bath City FC have found everyone connected to Goalden Gate to be most helpful, organised and easy to talk to. Obviously we have to put in the groundwork of getting people to join the lottery (ideas are suggested by Goalden Gate) but the administration is made easy by the methods and systems in place by Kevin and his staff at Goalden Gate.”
Last month, Bath City supporter, Cathy Atkinson won the £1,000 Jackpot in the Goalden Gate Superdraw. The headline photograph shows Cathy being presented with her cheque at Bath’s top of the table clash against Truro City, flanked by lottery agent Merv Toogood, who collects Cathy’s £1 each week, Cathy’s father and commercial manager Bob Chester.
Huge Morecambe FC supporters, Mr and Mrs Blewitt, were thrilled to receive their £1,000 jackpot win on the clubs official weekly draw – Goalden Gate Superdraw – earlier this week. Long time supporters of the draw through their local newsagent, Rob of Bare News, Morecambe could not believe they had won and at first thought the phone call from Morecambe FC’s Lottery Manager Colin was a hoax, how wrong they were!!!
Earlier this week we reported that Morecambe Football Club have now raised a massive £400,000 through the Goalden Gate Superdraw – A fantastic achievement for everyone involved.
Congratulations again to Mr & Mrs Blewitt !!
Over the the last three years Leukaemia CARE, with help from Midland Sporting Association, have managed to raise an incredible £40,000 through the Goalden Gate Superdraw.
This fantastic achievement was heralded by Nicole Scully, Leukaemia CARE’s Director of Communications and Fundraising, who mentioned that “Goalden Gate has provided a fantastic income for Leukaemia Care, allowing our supporters to donate and have a chance to win something back. The money has been invaluable in supporting those affected by blood cancer and it’s always exciting to hear when one of our players has won”
With over 700 members currently playing the Goalden Gate Superdraw weekly to support Leukaemia CARE the aim is simply not to stop at £40,000 and to look forward to celebrating the next milestone.
Morecambe Football Club are celebrating the fact the Goalden Gate Superdraw run by Midland Sporting Association Ltd has now raised over £400,000 for the club’s Community Projects since it’s inception in 2012.
Morecambe’s Lottery Manager, Colin Wild, was keen to highlight how well the lottery has worked for the club saying
“At Morecambe FC we moved to the Midland Sporting Society in 2012 and have been impressed with the support and professionalism of the staff. I have noticed an increase on our jackpot winners compared to our previous partner and the feedback from our clients of having the additional Birthdate Draw has been very positive.”
“I was pleased to arrange an extension to the agreement with the society in advance of the expiry date and look forward to many years to come of our business relationship.I would have no qualms in recommending the society to anyone looking for a lotteries partner.”