Writer: AFCB Press
Date:Monday October 29 2012
The In2Win lottery was re-launched at last week`s home match against Tranmere Rovers, and with supporters having previously won an array of impressive prizes, the club is again encouraging people to get involved this season.
The In2Win Lottery is a fundraising tool that provides direct support for the club`s Academy teams. With a separate bank account from other areas of the club, the lottery provides additional items that would normally be outside of the youth budget.
So far the money has been put to great use, by purchasing a high-level camera and recording unit to assist in match and training analysis, goals and dugouts for the youth training pitch and, most recently, heart rate monitoring equipment.
Head of youth John Donoghue is keen to emphasise just how useful the equipment provided by the lottery is to his young players.
"The equipment provided by In2Win helps us to raise the standard of what we deliver to the development of our young players. Everyone involved in this process is hugely grateful to the In2Win lottery and especially to the supporters who take part.
"The most recent equipment purchased - heart monitors - are a vital component to our teams` physical development and will help us identify the level of intensity each player is performing at during individual parts of every training session."
This season, the lottery has also attracted two local sponsors. Champion Forklifts are again on board to back the lottery, and local data centre and connectivity solutions provider C4L has also signed a two-year deal with the club as they look to help the Cherries stars of tomorrow.
Of course as well as supporting the future of the club, the In2Win lottery also provides supporters with the opportunity to win great prizes every week. If you want to directly help the club`s youngsters whilst also being in with the chance of winning great prizes, fill in an application form and start winning today.
Don't forget to keep checking the RednBlack Shack for great online deals and help to raise money for the AFC Bournemouth Youth Team.
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Date:Monday October 29 2012
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