Our members have spoken – welcome to the HULL CITY SUPPORTERS’ TRUST

December 18, 2014

Many thanks for the fabulous response we had to our vote for what the Supporters’ Trust should be called when it forms from the merger of Tigers Co-operative and City Till We Die at the end of the month.  Straight talking Hull people have spoken – the no-frills option of HULL CITY SUPPORTERS’ TRUST was the clear winner amongst the membership of both groups, attracting 210 votes.  The 1904 Trust got 76 votes while retaining City Till We Die garnered 78 votes.

We will continue to progress the move to a Supporters’ Trust in the coming weeks.  In a few days’ time we will launch our new membership scheme, where anyone over 16 years old can purchase a single share in the Trust as part of an annual membership fee of £5.  Discounts will be available to our younger members.

We will also publish details of our HULL CITY SUPPORTERS’ TRUST PARTNERS, who will provide a discount to all Trust members on presentation of a valid 2015 membership card.  If your business is interested in becoming a partner then drop us an email at contact@citytillwedie.com – the proposition is simple, you give our members a discount, we publicise your business on our website and Twitter.  More details can be found by clicking here.

Over the coming weeks we will rebrand this website with attractive new graphics designed to reflect the purpose and ethos of Hull City Supporters’ Trust – we will hopefully retain our Ambition and Tradition tag line.  We will rearrange our website to create a #notohulltigers archive, and provide members with access to the Rules and Policies that the Supporters’ Trust must adhere to.

We will rename our Twitter account in the next few days as well as launch a new Facebook page.  We might even get stuck into Google+, LinkedIn and Youtube too!

We look forward to travelling with you towards the exciting new opportunities and challenges that a Supporters’ Trust will provide for us.  Support Hull City, get the fans involved, show ambition and respect tradition.  That’s how we have reached today and that’s how we will continue.

Mike Scott
Secretary (temporary!), Hull City Supporters’ Trust