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RUFC- Kids For A Quid

RUFC- Kids For A Quid

All kids aged 8 to 16 can watch the Millers fight for promotion for just £1 if they are accompanied by a responsible adult. As always children under 8 can attend the match for free, if they are accompanied by an adult.

'It is the aim of Rotherham United to try and attract the next generation of Millers supporters,' said the Millers' Customer Liaison Officer Mark Hitchens.

'With this offer, plus our ongoing offer of free entry for under 8s, we are encouraging the youngsters of Rotherham to follow their local team, and help with our quest to rise up the leagues.'

As part of the day the Millers have hired face painters and balloon artists to make the occasion that extra bit special for the future supporters of the club.

'There will be plenty of other activities for the kids on the day as well as the football,' added Mark.

'Face painters and balloon artists will be around the stadium during the day to make sure everyone is fully decked in Millers colours for the big game.'

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Writer:sy2006
Date:Monday March 29 2010
Time: 2:06PM

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