Home & Heart Campaign Immortalises Saints Fans
Thu 20th Mar 2014 | Marketing & PR
Home is where the heart is for Southampton fans in a new campaign that asks them how the fell in love with the club.
The new campaign called Home & Heart aims to immortalise Saints fans into the club’s history and are being asked to share their stories and memories with the club.
Home & Heart celebrates the things that make up a Southampton supporter.
Harri Evans at Southampton said, "Our Home & Heart campaign offers our fans the chance to share their best memories and stories of supporting Southampton Football Club"
"We truly want to hear all our fans pre-match rituals, interesting facts or anything that demonstrates their support and love for Saints and reward them for doing so."
"By offering the chance to win a season ticket for the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League, we are not only rewarding our fans but also giving the opportunity for more stories and memories to occur."
The best stories will be collated and immortalised in the club’s history, which details of how have yet to be released.
Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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