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Win a 'Director for the Day' package with the Trust share scheme

1 April 2016

How would you like to be a “Director for the Day” at our final home game of the season against Accrington on April 30th?

You’d get hospitality for two people in the boardroom, including lunch, seats in the directors box, coffee/tea at half-time and complimentary matchday programmes.

Amazing isn’t it! So how do you get all this?

Join the Share Scheme by April 23rd and you’ll be entered in a draw to win the “VIP Matchday Package”. The winner will be notified on April 25th.

Almost 300 Wycombe Wanderers supporters have contributed over £700,000 into their club’s share scheme in the first year of a five-year plan to raise £2million in investments.

Devised by Wycombe Wanderers Trust with a view to injecting working capital into the club and improving the attraction of its Adams Park home as an attraction, the share scheme has banked £365,000 in its first year with a further £345,000 pledged over the next four years.

The success of the scheme so far has been evidenced in the purchase of shockwave therapy equipment which accelerated the return the side of captain Paul Hayes, whose spell on the sidelines with an Achilles problem was shortened following specialist treatment which was funded by the supporters. Hayes celebrated with a last-minute equaliser in the 1-1 draw with Carlisle United in his first game back, dedicating the goal to those supporters who had made an investment into the programme.

Funds from the scheme were also allocated to the purchase of highly-rated midfielder Michael Harriman in January of this year, while the share scheme also enabled the purchase of replacement seats which maximised the number of tickets which could be snapped up by supporters for the sold-out FA Cup meeting with Aston Villa.

Investors can claim tax relief of up to 30% if they live in the UK and can sign up to the scheme by collecting application forms from Adams Park - or downloading them online – and returning them to the Trust.

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