PST Share Push Continues
By John Kimbell

Added on 13 June 2014

 
Following the success of our ‘Open Day’ last month, we have decided to repeat the event later this month.
 
Over £50,000 of additional shares were bought at the event in May and we’d now like to welcome potential and current shareholders to come along and talk to the board about buying further new or additional shares in the PST.  We'd love to be able to match the £50k we raised in May.
 
PST Chairman Ashley Brown said - “The PST are working shoulder to shoulder with the club as we look to rebuild its infrastructure and build a legacy for future generations of supporters.  Whilst we are conscious that fans are being asked for money by a number of different projects at the moment, we’d urge fans to consider coming along to this event to meet the board and discuss how they can get involved”
 
PST Spokesman John Kimbell, added “Our share push is very much alive and we are actively encouraging more people to take advantage of this opportunity to buy a share in the PST.  Our offer compliments the current Tifosy crowd funding scheme as we appreciate that not every Pompey fan wishes to buy a share in the PST.  However, for those fans that do wish to support us, this is a terrific chance to make a huge contribution to the continued success and development of Portsmouth Community Football Club – the largest fan owned club in the country”
 
The event will run on 28th June from 11am-3pm at Fratton Park – this time in the Alliance Lounge, which is right next door to the Victory Suite at the back of the Fratton End.  Plans for the new training ground at Roko will once again be available to view.
 
No tickets are required and fans can drop in at any time to meet members of the PST Board and discuss the share options available.  For those who may wish to buy a share on the day, we would ask you to bring along photographic ID and a recent utility bill so we can confirm your identity.
 
If you have any questions about this event please contact john.kimbell@pompeytrust.com.
 

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