2018 Record Membership

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Re: 2018 Record Membership

Post by Russell » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 8:29 am

From the Tigers site:

NEW RECORD

Wests Tigers are pleased to announce that the club has reached 19,000 Members for the 2018 season.

The current total of 19,002 Members is a new record for the club after 18,074 supporters committed to the club last year.

Wests Tigers are now pushing towards 20,000 Members for 2018 with a range packages to suit all budgets still available.

Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe thanked the 19,002 Members who had joined the club so far this year.

"On behalf of everyone at Wests Tigers I'd like to thank our Members for their continual support of the club," said Pascoe. "It's great for us to be able to have another record breaking year and we look forward to seeing our Members at games and events throughout the rest of the season.

"Our Membership base is incredibly important for the club and they have a real positive impact on our playing group," he said. "The players feed off their support and energy at games and I'm sure that will continue over the coming rounds.

"We recognise that the constant growth of our Membership base, and engagement with those Members, is one of the biggest projects we have at the club and we're committed to providing an unbeatable offering for those who want to be a part of the club," said Pascoe.

At the halfway point of the 2018 season a Wests Tigers Membership still provides great value for money, with prices recently reduced to reflect the remaining games. To become a Member and help the club in its quest to reach 20,000 Members in 2018, visit www.weststigersmembership.com.au.


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Post by Cultured Bogan » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 8:40 am

Doubled our membership numbers from 3 seasons ago.

Well done to the front office, and to the boys for showing enough for the fans to want to sign up.
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Post by Tiger_Fan18 » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 12:05 pm

Wests Tigers are pleased to announce that the club has reached 19,000 Members for the 2018 season. The current total of 19,002 Members is a new record for the club after 18,074 supporters committed to the club last year. Wests Tigers are now pushing towards 20,000 Members for 2018 with a range packages to suit all budgets still available. Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe thanked the 19,002 Members who had joined the club so far this year.

"On behalf of everyone at Wests Tigers I'd like to thank our Members for their continual support of the club," said Pascoe. "It's great for us to be able to have another record breaking year and we look forward to seeing our Members at games and events throughout the rest of the season. "Our Membership base is incredibly important for the club and they have a real positive impact on our playing group," he said. "The players feed off their support and energy at games and I'm sure that will continue over the coming rounds.

At the halfway point of the 2018 season a Wests Tigers Membership still provides great value for money, with prices recently reduced to reflect the remaining games. To become a Member and help the club in its quest to reach 20,000 Members in 2018

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Post by innsaneink » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 12:39 pm

Cultured Bogan wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 7:49 am
Geo. wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 7:48 am
Cultured Bogan wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 7:47 am
innsaneink wrote:
Wed 23 May, 2018 5:55 pm
Be interesting to see which way figures go with the move next year to WSS
WSS? Que?
the ye old Cumberland Oval next to Parra Leagues..
Oh, the new Parra stadium. Ugh, Sydney Tigers all over again.
Only if that's how you look at it

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Post by cochise » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 12:56 pm

innsaneink wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 12:39 pm
Cultured Bogan wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 7:49 am
Geo. wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 7:48 am
Cultured Bogan wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 7:47 am


WSS? Que?
the ye old Cumberland Oval next to Parra Leagues..
Oh, the new Parra stadium. Ugh, Sydney Tigers all over again.
Only if that's how you look at it
Agree 100%, playing at the new WSS is a positive. This is a chance for the club to become the team of Western Sydney, we have the name so let's push to be the club that represents the West. Parra and Penrith can keep their little enclaves, we will have the rest.


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Post by bathursttiger » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 1:32 pm

Tigers doing great things in the community, makes you proud to be a member/supporter.

This is from WT web site.

In partnership with Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) and WestConnex, Wests Tigers are proud to have launched the club's first Autism Friendly Room at ANZ Stadium, providing a controlled space for children on the autism spectrum.

The Autism Friendly Room provided a controlled space for children on the autism spectrum, and their parents and carers, to experience an NRL game — something they may not have been able to do otherwise.

Wests Tigers provided the first of those opportunities at the Easter Monday game at ANZ Stadium, with an Autism Friendly Room made available for Aspect students and their families. The room was also available at the Bulldogs game and will be present for all remaining Wests Tigers home games at the venue.
Aspect is Australia's largest service provider for people on the autism spectrum, with their specialised, evidence informed schools program the largest in the world.

Aspect also provide additional services that include information and advice, diagnostic assessments, behaviour support, parent and family support, and adult programs.

Wests Tigers would like to thank proud community partner WestConnex for their continued support of the club's community programs and in particular, the Autism Friendly Rooms.

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Post by Cultured Bogan » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 2:12 pm

innsaneink wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 12:39 pm
Cultured Bogan wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 7:49 am
Geo. wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 7:48 am
Cultured Bogan wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 7:47 am


WSS? Que?
the ye old Cumberland Oval next to Parra Leagues..
Oh, the new Parra stadium. Ugh, Sydney Tigers all over again.
Only if that's how you look at it
Would be nice if we would bed down somewhere but obviously it's not going to happen. LO is archaic for the modern game, and for whatever reason CSS isn't a permanent solution either.

Moving to someone else's home ground isn't the answer, must be getting some good inducements or something ala ANZ.
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Post by hank37w » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 3:00 pm

Don't think I want to go anywhere near Parramatta.

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Post by gallagher » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 3:14 pm

innsaneink wrote:
Wed 23 May, 2018 5:55 pm
Be interesting to see which way figures go with the move next year to WSS
Ticketed memberships will rise of we commit to it full-time.

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Post by cochise » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 3:15 pm

hank37w wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 3:00 pm
Don't think I want to go anywhere near Parramatta.
The club has already started to soften up the supporter base for the move to Parra. Cleary's comments about wanting a real home ground were the first steps in the campaign to have us playing at least 6 games at WSS, possibly as early as next year. I actually expect we maybe looking at 10 games at the venue in near future.

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Post by Onthebus » Wed 06 Jun, 2018 10:53 pm

And Parra fans think WSS was built for them, thank the WSW

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Post by Harvey » Sun 10 Jun, 2018 11:23 am

hank37w wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 3:00 pm
Don't think I want to go anywhere near Parramatta.
Same with me, transport from the Southwest to Parra on weekends is terrible. Will mean I don't attend as often as I do now.

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Post by Snake » Sun 10 Jun, 2018 11:58 am

Harvey wrote:
Sun 10 Jun, 2018 11:23 am
hank37w wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 3:00 pm
Don't think I want to go anywhere near Parramatta.
Same with me, transport from the Southwest to Parra on weekends is terrible. Will mean I don't attend as often as I do now.
So what about the inner west West’s supporters that travelled to Campbelltown for over a decade and I might say before the motor way.... HARDEN UP ! if you are a passionate supporter you will travel anywhere in the metro area. I wish all the games would be at ANZ as it is EASY for us ,but I believe playing at WSS will be the catalyst that cements our club for the future ...let’s face facts travelling to Parramatta for anyone will not be easy ..is ANYWHERE in Sydney on a weekend!

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Post by Harvey » Sun 10 Jun, 2018 12:12 pm

Snake wrote:
Sun 10 Jun, 2018 11:58 am
Harvey wrote:
Sun 10 Jun, 2018 11:23 am
hank37w wrote:
Wed 06 Jun, 2018 3:00 pm
Don't think I want to go anywhere near Parramatta.
Same with me, transport from the Southwest to Parra on weekends is terrible. Will mean I don't attend as often as I do now.
So what about the inner west West’s supporters that travelled to Campbelltown for over a decade and I might say before the motor way.... HARDEN UP ! if you are a passionate supporter you will travel anywhere in the metro area. I wish all the games would be at ANZ as it is EASY for us ,but I believe playing at WSS will be the catalyst that cements our club for the future ...let’s face facts travelling to Parramatta for anyone will not be easy ..is ANYWHERE in Sydney on a weekend!
I have a beer or 2 at the ground so won't drive. Inner west to Campbelltown is either a drive or get to the station and then trains. The city is easy, ANZ is 2 trains, Parramatta is 3 trains and plenty of standing on stations waiting for connections. I work in Parramatta and do the commute 5 days a week. It is bad enough with the peak timetable but 10 times worse on the weekend. Thursday & Friday night games I can go straight from work.

Does not surprise me that this is being considered. You only have to look at current scheduling and entertainment to see the NRL don't care about live crowds, they are happy enough for people to stay at home and watch. It helps build the ratings and therefore the income from television rights deals.

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Post by Tiger Steve » Sun 10 Jun, 2018 12:31 pm

Hey I’ve got an idea. Let’s play all games inside Fox studios. Referees can be called directors and reserves can be called extras. We only need a crowd of 20 - jammed in nice and tight for multiple camera shots. Games can be prerecorded with multiple endings played out. Then the NRL can easily choose who they want to win. No more stadium nonsense and no more fans . This should delight the NRL because this is what the useless dicks want!!
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Post by Russell » Sun 10 Jun, 2018 12:41 pm

Tiger Steve wrote:
Sun 10 Jun, 2018 12:31 pm
Hey I’ve got an idea. Let’s play all games inside Fox studios. Referees can be called directors and reserves can be called extras. We only need a crowd of 20 - jammed in nice and tight for multiple camera shots. Games can be prerecorded with multiple endings played out. Then the NRL can easily choose who they want to win. No more stadium nonsense and no more fans . This should delight the NRL because this is what the useless dicks want!!
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Post by Russell » Sun 10 Jun, 2018 12:41 pm

Tiger Steve wrote:
Sun 10 Jun, 2018 12:31 pm
Hey I’ve got an idea. Let’s play all games inside Fox studios. Referees can be called directors and reserves can be called extras. We only need a crowd of 20 - jammed in nice and tight for multiple camera shots. Games can be prerecorded with multiple endings played out. Then the NRL can easily choose who they want to win. No more stadium nonsense and no more fans . This should delight the NRL because this is what the useless dicks want!!
Many a true word spoken in jest Steve.

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Post by gallagher » Sun 10 Jun, 2018 12:41 pm

The NRL want clubs to move to stadiums to increase crowd numbers. It may not work, but that's their motivation.

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