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M Club Affinity Programme

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12:45 1st January 2014

Club launch two-year partnership agreement with lifestyle fitness club

STOKE CITY are delighted to announce the launch of an affinity programme with the Club’s Official Fitness Partner M Club Spa and Fitness.

M Club, who own two of the largest lifestyle fitness clubs in North Staffordshire with luxury spa and family fitness facilities, signed a two-year partnership agreement with the Potters earlier this season.

And now City fans are set to benefit from the agreement, thanks to the affinity scheme which is being launched at today’s Premier League encounter with Everton.

The initiative will give supporters the chance to become M Club members at an exclusive rate of just £39 per month – a fantastic 22 per cent saving – which will apply to M Club’s Newcastle-under-Lyme and Festival Park facilities.

What’s more, new members will not have to pay a joining fee – a saving of £30 – and can sign up to six-month contract, followed by a rolling month to month agreement, rather than an initial 12-month term.

Youngsters aged 15 or under will go free with any paying adult; that’s a saving of £90 per year for under 5s and £180 for those aged between five and 15.

City’s Head of Commercial Andrew Billingham said: “We hoped our association with M Club Spa and Fitness would lead to benefits for our supporters and we’re delighted to announce details of our affinity programme.

“There’s no better incentive to get fit at the start of a new year and take advantage of the fabulous facilities M Club offer.”

Mo Chaudry, Chairman Waterworld and M Club Spa and Fitness, added: “We are delighted to team up with Stoke City to offer an exclusive family-based membership package at an unbeatable value to all their supporters.

“We hope this will encourage more people to get active and enjoy family friendly state of the art facilities and to lead healthier lifestyles.  We share the same Community ethos as the Club and this is a fabulous example of a proactive partnership to help bring affordable fitness to our local community.”

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