Would your cricket club like to have £350 to spend in its local Jewson branch?
Following on from the success of the past three years, ECB is delighted to announce that we are re-opening the Jewson Privilege Account Scheme for 2015.
The Jewson Privilege Account Scheme requires participating clubs to make an initial payment of £50 into a Jewson account which will then have £350 added to it by ECB at no further cost to the club. This money can then be spent at Jewson branches nationwide at preferential rates to help clubs with their NatWest CricketForce projects.
ECB is investing over £500,000 into this project which launches on 19 January 2015 and it is open to over 1,400 clubs on a first come first served basis. To ensure your club has access to its account in time for the NatWest CricketForce Weekend (27/28/29 March) please apply no later than 06 March 2015.
For further information on the Jewson Privilege Account Scheme please download and read the Guidance Notes below:
Application for the 2015 Jewson Privilege Account Scheme is via your club’s NatWest CricketForce registration page. Please speak to the person that registered your club for NatWest CricketForce 2015 to proceed – if you’d like to know who this is please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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