PST share push kicks off
By John Kimbell
Added on 24 May 2014
Today's PST 'open day' at Fratton Park has been hailed a success by the PST Board and those fans that attended after an initial £50,000 was pledged by fans.
Over 200 fans came to mingle with the PST board, view the plans of the new training ground and discuss plans for the club with Mark Catlin and Paul Hardyman, who both also attended the event.
One fan even travelled down from Macclesfield for the day and went home the proud part owner of some shares in the PST.
PST Spokesman John Kimbell said "We were delighted with the number of people that came but more importantly the amount of money we were able to raise. Fans seemed to be really impressed with and excited by the plans for the training ground. Whilst a number of fans came and signed up for shares today, a large number also took our new prospectus away with a view to applying for shares in the coming weeks. We wish to stress that the share offer remains open and we'd encourage any fans who wish to get involved, to do so as soon as possible".
Fans that were unable to attend today's event but wish to buy shares do so through this website (go to Join Us/Apply For Shares) or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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