The Lifeline committee have decided on behalf of its members to revert to the original prize structure.
Changes were made to the popular membership under the club’s previous ownership but the committee comprising Colin Slater MBE, Les Bradd, Daphne Mounteney and Lynn Lawson have unanimously agreed that the following prize structure should be reinstated from 1 September:
- 1 x £1,000
- 3 x £100
- 3 x £50
- Prizes TBC
Furthermore, the club are delighted to announce that Lifeline will be shirt sponsors throughout September.
Lifeline coordinator, Lawson, said: “Having been involved in Lifeline for many years now, and having seen first-hand the amazing impact it’s had on the football club, it gives me great pride to see the prize structure revert back to its original form.
“This way, more members win more often and we’re confident this news will help attract new members while also reclaiming those who cancelled following the change.
“Should any member have any feedback on the committee’s decision, we’d be more than happy to receive it. Visit me in the club shop, call 0115 955 7200, email firstname.lastname@example.org or send a letter to the club.”
Notts’ commercial director, Justin Tose, added: “While everyone knows and understands the value of Lifeline, it rose to even greater prominence this summer following the amazing donation to our unpaid staff – a gesture which embodied the community spirit of the club and the membership.
“Our players will proudly sport Lifeline’s logo on their shirts throughout September and I would encourage any supporter who isn’t signed up to do so as soon as possible.”
As well as providing financial assistance in the club’s times of need, Lifeline also helps fund special projects such as the installation of an indoor training surface at Meadow Lane, pitch renovations, infrastructure investments and vehicle purchases.
Its next focus will be on helping to replace the Meadow Lane scoreboard, with initial costings currently being assessed.
Details of members’ benefits will also be confirmed later this month.
Click here to learn more or sign up to Lifeline.