The First BRSIT Q&A session was held on Saturday 21st April 2012 with supporters from all sectors of the community attending.
Politicians, business leaders, the media, Rovers supporters groups and ordinary fans were all represented and heard BRSIT founder Wayne Wild unveil the vision for the Trust and how it will work.
A well-informed and lively questions and answer session addressed many of the concerns and hopes that many Rovers supporters have concerning the future of our club.
An important point, well received, was that the Trust aims to be completely open and transparent in its aims and ambitions.
It was recognised that the positive and conciliatory approach, adopted by the Trust since its inception, is the best way to bring about dialogue with the current ownership.
There was near unanimous approval of the Trust’s objectives from those attending and an agreement that fans backing the Trust is the best option to safeguard the future of Blackburn Rovers.
Anyone with ideas of how they can help raise the number of pledges to buy shares or how the business community can be targeted is asked to contact the Trust directly via the website, www.brsit.co.uk
Below are the PDF documents which were provided to those present at the meeting.
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“Exclusive footage from the BRSIT’s first Q&A session which took place on Saturday 21 April 2012. The BRSIT’s new non executive director Simon Garner explained the reason he decided to join the Trust because of his fears that BRFC might disappear if nothing is done about the way the club is currently run.”