Love CFU...? Then get involved right now!
Written by City Fans United   
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 19:45

Now, for something taking place across all social networking groups run by Chester City fans right now, kicking off at 7.45pm...something that was pre-planned before today's events, but one which takes on extra significance now, as CFU needs as many members to join the fight to keep Football alive in Chester...

Tonight, City Fans United launches "Love CFU...", in which the group are hoping to sign up as many members as possible during February, and as it's the month of Romance, we are giving all new members the chance to win a "Meal for 2" at exclusive Chester Racecourse restaurant, 1539. Each new member* who signs up from Wednesday 10th February through to Sunday 28th February will be entered into the draw for the prize, as well as this each existing member that refers a new member using the online membership form will be included in the draw, just remember to include your membership number on the form. If you're already signed up, then why not give your partner the perfect Valentine's present, and get them signed up too - they'll love you for it, especially if you win the Prize!

If the winner is not based around the North West, there will be an alternative prize sent to the winner to the same value.
Please sign up to CFU, for only £5 you can be part of the dynamic group that is building up a war chest to keep football alive in Chester, you can be part of this, simply by signing up via the following link:
CFU will not give up the fight to have a football club representing the fine City of Chester, and even if you are not from the area, you can make a difference by joining the Supporters Group that has just passed the 550 mark in the space of three months, and is well on it's way to it's next milestone target of 700 - please help us to achieve that aim.

CFU have a range of initiatives planned for this year, including the launch of the Seals Lottery - where four lucky winners will receive substantial cash prizes, whilst at the same time contributing towards the CFU funds.

We are also planning 'The Big 125th Birthday Bash' which will be taking place this Summer, and follows hot on the footsteps of the successful Chester Legends night, which featured the biggest re-union of Chester players in recent history, and we are expecting the 125th party to be even bigger!
Please join the CFU today, and become part of history!
*Annual Membership costs £5.00, and all members must be fully paid up to be eligible for the "Love CFU..." competition.
Entries for competition close at Midnight on Sunday 28th February 2010.

The Prize Draw will be made at the next Members Meeting in March 2010.


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