2018 Memberships

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  1. Still_Nutty

    Still_Nutty Robbie Tew

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    rhugh89 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Memberships as of 25/1/2018

    We sit 7th and are 1,349 up on the same time last year

    We have made the 5th biggest gain compared to last year

    The NRL as a whole is up 8,339 on the same time last year

    Clubs who are down on last year (As of 25/1/2018)

    Tigers -28
    Raiders -286
    Sea Eagles -404
    Dragons -422
    Titans -2,834
    Bulldogs -2,937
    Warriors -3,769

    Clubs who are up on last year (As of 25/1/2018)

    Cowboys +180
    Rabbitohs +334
    Roosters +401
    Sharks +1,088
    Knights +1,349
    Eels +2,390
    Storm +3,732
    Panthers +4,737
    Broncos +4,808

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    member 2299 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    Thanks mate.

    You know it is quite interesting reading. One can well understand why the Warriors, Bulldogs and Titans are down so much and the bottom four listed on the gains have so much positivity going for them.
     
  4. Still_Nutty

    Still_Nutty Robbie Tew

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    I was in the Knights shop yesterday picking up member packs and the board in there read 12377
     
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    rhugh89 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    We sit 8th and are 1,563 up on the same time last year

    We have made the 5th biggest gain compared to the same time last year

    The NRL as a whole is up 12,850 on the same time last year

    Clubs who are down on last year (As of 2/2/2018)

    Warriors -3,499
    Titans -2,971
    Bulldogs -1,371
    Sea Eagles -194
    Raiders -193
    Dragons -182

    Clubs who are up on last year (As of 2/2/2018)

    Broncos +6,812
    Panthers +4,942
    Storm +3,764
    Eels +2,546
    Knights +1,563
    Sharks +853
    Roosters +458
    Rabbitohs +147
    Tigers +84
    Cowboys +1

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  6. Still_Nutty

    Still_Nutty Robbie Tew

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    Accepting Knights membership is largely built around roll overs from season to season, it will be interesting to see if we can get some early wins and momentum (starting with the Sea Eagles in round 1:)) how much of a spike might be generated by a bit of early success.

    I have only just thought about it but the other thing I've just realised is that, to this point, I haven't seen anything radically different in pre-season promotion and marketing since the Wests Group has taken over...maybe the community training sessions are a bit more of an innovation than I recall before but I wonder if they have had chance to really focus on a membership drive for 2018?
     
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    Wobbles Rodney Howe

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    There's certainly not much news on the Knights down here in Canberra either.

    Or on the Raiders for that matter now that I think about it.
     
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    Nafe Greg Smith

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    It's still probably a little early to start the membership drive. 2 or 3 weeks out I'm sure you will see a huge media membership blitz
     
  9. Billy

    Billy Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    I wonder if Wests members will get some sort of offer or discount for season tickets linked to Wests memberships?
     
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    Still_Nutty Robbie Tew

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    I'm a perpetual member and there is nothing I've received to date Billy...and you'd expect it would be available for season ticket holder renewals if they do put something out
     
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    member 2299 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    Sorry Wobbles there is never any news about nothin' in Canberra except pollies.

    Last Christmas the Nativity Scenes were all cancelled. They could not find any virgins and as for three wise men? Nuh. Plenty of donkeys and sheep for the manger though!
     
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    Wobbles Rodney Howe

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    I agree with all of the above with the exception of the virgins. Needless to say there were less at the end of the year than at the beginning ;)
     
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    Kurriboy Paul Rauhihi

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    https://www.sbs.com.au/news/knights-eye-historic-member-waiting-lists

    They think a 20,000 membership cap would be suitable, with 5k for away members and casual attendees and the other 5k out to juniors.

    Wouldn't it be great to be getting 25k+ to games again.

    I had always assumed there was already a waiting list to secure reserved seating until a few years back!

    Get your memberships now and hold on to them.
     
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    Wobbles Rodney Howe

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    Maybe they should have built a bigger stadium ;)
     
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    We sit 10th and are 1,414 up on the same time last year

    We have made the 6th biggest gain compared to the same time last year

    The NRL as a whole is up 11,912 on the same time last year

    Clubs who are down on last year (As of 15/2/2018)

    Warriors -3,230
    Titans -2,559
    Bulldogs -2,518
    Sea Eagles -322
    Rabbitohs -183
    Dragons -60

    Clubs who are up on last year (As of 15/2/2018)

    Panthers +4,808
    Storm +3,706
    Eels +3,086
    Broncos +2,918
    Sharks +1,920
    Knights +1,414
    Cowboys +1,377
    Raiders +441
    Roosters +418
    Tigers +336

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