Last week saw Blackburn Rovers supporters given the opportunity to ask questions and raise their concerns with representatives of Blackburn Rovers Football Club. The open floor Questions & Answers evening organised by the Blackburn Rovers Football & Community Action Group saw a panel formed by Manager Gary Bowyer, Director of Communications Alan Myers and Managing Director Derek Shaw.
The event was hosted by Radio Lancashire’s Andy Bayes and recorded by the station. However in order to ensure that Rovers supporters worldwide can listen to the coverage of the event, the BRFC Action Group has taken the decision to release the audio, and this can be heard by clicking on the link below.
The Blackburn Rovers Football & Community Action Group is pleased to announce that representatives from Blackburn Rovers Football Club have agreed to form a panel in an open ‘Question & Answers’ evening organised by the group.
The proposals were put forward by the groups committee in recent meetings with club directors and we are delighted that the invitation has been accepted, as the club confirmed last week that manager Gary Bowyer, Managing Director Derek Shaw and Communications Director Alan Myers will answer the supporters questions on the evening.
The event is open to the clubs whole supporter base who will now have their chance to ask their questions and have their concerns addressed by the very people involved in the day to day running of Blackburn Rovers.
The event will be ticket only and is scheduled for evening of Tuesday 13th October 2015 and will take place at the Premier Suite in the Jack Walker Stand of Ewood Park. Tickets for the event are priced at £5 and are available via the groups committee, with all net proceeds going towards local community initiatives, for more information please email email@example.com or telephone 07486460353. Refreshments will be available from the venues bar facilities on the evening.
Tickets are available to purchase in person at the Darwen End of Ewood Park between 09.30-11.00am on Saturday 3rd October and again between 7.00-9.00pm on Tuesday 6th October. Please find the full address here
Tickets are also available to purchase online by clicking here
BRFC Action Group Committee:
“We as a group are delighted that manager Gary Bowyer, together with the club directors Alan Myers & Derek Shaw have all agreed to take part in this event. Communication between the club and the supporter base is key to clubs at all levels of the game and every single supporter should have the right and the opportunity for their questions, and their concerns to be taken on board and that is exactly what an event like this provides. Club, Community and supporter relations are at the very forefront of the groups mindset and we hope that a wide range of supporters from all opinions and all walks of life attend on the evening to here first hand the thoughts of the key individuals at the football club.”