TWO pairs of hospitality tickets to our game at Rotherham United are up for grabs - thanks to a very kind donation from Hodge Clemco, the Millers' shirt sponsors.
Hodge Clemco are offering the places that are available as part of their sponsorship package. They have held all four spaces to be offered to Argyle fans planning to visit the AESSEAL New York Stadium for the League One clash on Saturday, December 16.
The experience will include both pre-match and post-match entertainment. Pre-match entertainment will commence from 12.30pm, where there will be an opportunity to meet a Rotherham club legend. TV entertainment will be playing pre-match as part of the build up.
There will be access to a pay-bar throughout, whilst one of the highlights will undoubtedly be the serving of a three-course meal. Food will be served from 1pm onwards so there will be plenty of time to enjoy what is on offer. Stewards and hospitality staff will be on hand to help you locate your lounge and help to generally ensure that you have as positive an experience as possible.
You will be allocated a seat to for the game come 3pm. Again, stewards will be on hand to help you locate this. Once the game has finished, further post-match hospitality will be available.
We want members of the Green Army to nominate fellow fans who they feel are deserving of the special treatment. We will assess the nominations and award places to two winners, who can then take the guest of their choice.
Please write to us at email@example.com, using the subject Rotherham Hospitality, and tell us your nomination. You must enter by 5pm on Friday, December 8, and we will select and notify the winners on Monday, December 11.
Be sure to give us contact information on your nomination.
Winners will have to make their own way to and from the game - the competition only covers entry and all the perks of hospitality at the AESSEAL New York Stadium.
Rotherham United and Hodge Clemco will have certain rules set for the day to adhere by. There is a set dress code, which is smart casual, and the club upholds the right to refuse entry to anyone who wears any clothing deemed to be inappropriate. In this instance, inappropriate clothing will include the wearing of any away club colours. Whilst fans visiting the game as usual will, of course, be allowed to wear club colours, it is not permitted in hospitality areas.
Needless to say, abusive language or behaviour is intolerable and will lead to you being asked to leave the stadium in its entirety. It will not matter who this abuse is directed towards.