Earn extra cash as a programme seller this season
Fancy earning some extra cash by selling matchday programmes at your beloved Madejski Stadium? Become a programme seller!
Gate Promotions have some vacancies for supporters who want to play an active role in the Madejski Stadium matchday experience this season, so if you’re interested in becoming a programme seller, get in touch with Frank Hunter now Register your interest via email on email@example.com or discuss the role with him over the phone on: 07961 891292. This season’s brand new official matchday programme will be launched on the morning of our first Sky Bet Championship game of the 2013/14 campaign – as we prepare to take on Ipswich Town on Saturday 3rd August.
This season ‘The Royal’ will get a revamp and remain a Premier League standard publication. It will be perfect bound once more so you will be able to collect every issue and make a Royals image by standing all the spines together come the end of the season.
Its 84 pages will contain totally exclusive interviews, programme notes from the owner, the manager and the captain, as well as more match statistics, full colour match action images, quizzes, posters and every morsel of news that comes out of the corridors of Madejski Stadium.
And this season, Royals fans will be given a great read with a series of ‘showcase’ features in each programme. To celebrate 15 years of Madejski Stadium, we are including a 15-page focus feature in every copy, dedicated to investigating one specific Royal subject in real depth and detail. First up, we take an insightful look at the Reading colours, delving into the history of our kit throughout the ages - whilst bringing you up to date with the latest innovations on our new strip, the home colours of which are being worn by the players for the first time against Swansea on Saturday!
With a new and improved Young Royals Fanzine, brand new historical features and so much more besides, there is something for every Royals supporter in this season’s programme. Still priced at just £3, it is certainly worth a read. If you’ve not bought a programme before, take a flick through the first issue on Saturday 3rd August and see what you’re missing!