May 24 2013 Latest news:
For the 15th consecutive year, supporters of Norwich City Football Club have contributed another six-figure sum for the Canaries, thanks to saving money with club partner Norwich and Peterborough Building Society (N&P). The latest donation of £281,351.80 - which the club will receive at the Fulham home match on Saturday, February 9 - is the latest annual bonus payment from N&P, generated by fans saving in a Canary Account or the new Canary Bond launched in November 2012. Team keepers Mark Bunn and John Ruddy.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Supporters of Norwich City FC have contributed another six-figure sum for the Canaries, for the 15th consecutive year, thanks to saving money with club partner Norwich and Peterborough Building Society.
The latest donation of £281,351.80 - which the club will receive at the Fulham home match today - is the latest annual bonus payment from N&P, generated by fans saving in a Canary Account or the new Canary Bond launched in November 2012.
This latest six-figure sum brings the total amount the club has netted from longstanding club partner N&P to £3.88 million since 1997 - all thanks to fans saving their money with Norwich City products offered by the society.
Norwich City’s head of sales and marketing Will Hoy said: “The club would like to thank thousands of Norwich City supporters yet again in helping the club receive another considerable cheque from our club partner, Norwich & Peterborough Building Society. City fans who currently have a Canary Account or Canary Bond, we thank you all on achieving this latest figure.
“Thank you also to all the staff at N&P for their support and we look forward to many more City fans opening or investing in N&P products which will help benefit their club throughout 2013.”
N&P’s head of sales and marketing Mike Sketch said: “We are proud of our longstanding relationship with Norwich City and are delighted that Canaries supporters have helped us to make another sizeable donation this year.”
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