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Club 13: open for business

Now taking bookings at Club 13 and open for business.

Nothing less than a desire to become the leading forum where sport is the catalyst to first class hospitality, entertainment and networking that delivers real returns to its members.

 Club 13, rewarding for all comers.

A business network, born in Salford, with global ambitions. Pioneered from the AJ Bell Stadium. Club 13 is the brainchild of Andrew Rosler, a director of the new holding company for Salford Red Devils Rugby League Club. But be very clear, the grounding is from rugby, though this inspirational gathering is for sports enthusiasts whatever the game.

The Club will host dynamic events and guest speakers throughout the year at the AJ Bell Stadium and other venues across Salford and Greater Manchester. These will be a real treat and are hand-picked to add value and entertain.

So why Club 13?

This relates to the team in rugby league but symbolizes the calendar, with members all benefiting from the monthly forum on the 13th day every month. This only varies if it falls on a weekend.

◊ To provide ‘super’ standard and memorable entertainment and hospitality for the right reasons. Every Member brings two people to dine at each Event within the fee

◊ Excellent value for money and an unrivaled Forum where we proactively encourage and facilitate the exchange of trade and business between Members

◊ Sign-posting of new business opportunities

◊ All Members on an exclusive, dedicated Club 13 Directory

◊ Secure ‘Closed’ Linkedin Group for interaction 365 days a year

◊ Discounts on Salford Red Devils Tickets and Match Day hospitality (10%)

◊ Promotion of selected news stories through leading PR agency

◊ e-newsletters to Members.

Club 13 will have several, specific strategic and corporate social responsibility objectives, including promoting Rugby League in Salford and Manchester and to facilitate funding opportunities for grass roots sports. It will aim to facilitate and expand the reach of the Salford Club and the sport of rugby league by launching Club 13 hubs in London and key rugby league playing nations Australia and New Zealand.  This can only further the aims of economic growth and to provide support for international trade and opportunities for Club 13 members and talented athletes between these destinations. There are further exciting plans a foot and our Members will hear first! We are working towards securing host City status within Greater Manchester for the Rugby League World Cup 2021.

Membership only £750 (plus VAT) for a full 12 months of activities and support.

We look forward to welcoming you to Club 13.

Please reserve me a membership: via Adrian Stores

adrian.stores@@club13.biz or 07831 713003.

Sponsorship and partnering packages also available. Again, Adrian is your man!

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Pub Team – not Stoke!

Shaw Lane Association gives the usual excitement, as a so called minnow enters the first round of the FA Cup proper. A former pub team, part financed by a local plumbing business, are currently third in the Evo-Stik Premier Division, and defeated Conference side Barrow in the last Round. The result, a home tie is granted, against Mansfield Town – a fixture relatively local that they will be delighted by.

Read more at: http://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/football/fa-cup-shaw-lane-to-learn-fa-cup-fate-along-with-rotherham-doncaster-and-chesterfield-1-8807474

Just caught my attention with the usual quip from our former striker, about Stoke City FC being likened to a pub team.

In the News

Stockport Volleyball Club, our namesake, the S’PORT, has just completed its first National Volleyball League matches.  Something for Stockport to be rightly proud of and something to cheer up us County fans!

What the papers said:

“It was an action-packed weekend with nine games taking place and showed that with new teams, returning teams, and last year’s form teams the league could be one of the most intriguing in the NVL. In a triangle of matches, Newcastle Staffs 2, Hull Thunder, and Stockport Volleyball Club all faced off. Stockport claim two victories, both by a 3-1 scoreline, to shoot to second in the league. It capped a memorable day as Stockport were playing their first ever NVL fixtures. They will be confident of matching anybody in the division and enjoying a strong first season.”

Come on the S’PORT 🖐🏐🖐

We Stand Together

#WeStandTogether is a hashtag synonymous with remembering the atrocities at the Manchester Arena.  This same symbolism is illustrated with the Manchester Bee icon on our first team playing shirts at Manchester Rugby via ACROBAT | FCSM’s sponsorship and this new funding regime. A community fund has been created to support local communities affected by the Manchester attack on 22nd May 2017.  The Fund will assist local groups and organisations to host events and manage initiatives to counter hate and emerging unrest and should look to promote cohesion within communities.

The Club has embraced this Initiative and is delighted to announce through liaison with THE GREATER MANCHESTER HIGH SHERIFF’S POLICE TRUST, it has been granted funding to our Minis and Juniors Section, to allow a dedicated inter-faith day.  This, whereby we build on our already tried and tested philosophy of bringing communities together across Greater Manchester and illustrate the many benefits to enjoying the beautiful game which is rugby.  More details will be announced shortly.  But people interested in knowing more and being registered for this initiative can email Adrian Stores at manchesterugby@acrobatfcsm.com in the meantime.

Find out more about the High Sherriff’s Police Trust here: www.gmhspt.org #WeStandTogether