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Paul Homer - 18th November 2008

On Saturday afternoon volunteers hit Woking Town centre handing out tickets for this weekend?s home game against Torquay United.

KC Cat was on hand to help with the effort, keeping shoppers amused with his antics in the Town Square.

The project has done well up till now, helping to increase gates and revenue. 2341 has been the best home gate this season. The project organisers are hoping to break the 3000 barrier soon.

A big ?thank you? to all involved with the effort. KC said that he?d had a peerrr?fict afternoon.

Information about Project 3000:

The aim of Project 3000 is to fill Kingfield for every home league game. We want to encourage a great atmosphere at the ground, making it a place that people will really want to come to. We will be working with 23 areas, one for each home league game. We will be liaising with schools, charities and football clubs in those areas. However, more importantly, we will be working with the area as a whole. The task is to deliver tickets to every home in the area. The ticket will be free for anyone under 16, with an adult paying a reduced ticket price of ?10.

If you think you can help with this vital project, please call Jim Ahmed, Community Co-ordinator, on 07972729767 or email him at jim@wokingfc.co.uk

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