11:59AM, Friday 26 June 2020
To celebrate the club’s 150th anniversary the Maidenhead United Supporters Association (MUSA) has decided to replace its bonus ball fundraiser with a new ‘MUSA150Draw’.
The principles of the anniversary fundraiser – and cost of entry – are the same, however, it will run for a year rather than just the course of the season.
Everyone who enters the draw will see their name go into a hat and once a month a name will be drawn by a club official in front of witnesses. The winner will receive a cash prize equivalent to 50 per cent of the money paid by all participants in the 150Draw that month, so the more people who enter the bigger the cash prizes will be.
The first draw will be made on Saturday, June 27 and the cost is the same as previous seasons, £60. Names will only be added to the draw once payment has been made either in full or by direct debit of £5 per month.
The MUSA Committee would like to thank its members – and all who take part in the fundraiser - for their continued support.
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