Jets Announce Members Forum Details

June 5th, 2015

Head of Hyundai A-League, Mr Damien de Bohun, and Newcastle Jets Chief Executive Officer, Mr Mitchell Murphy, today issued a joint letter to the club’s 2014-15 Member base detailing the club’s forthcoming Members Forum.

The Newcastle Jets 2015 Members Forum will be held at Panthers Newcastle on Thursday 18 June commencing at 6:30pm, and concluding at approximately 8:30pm.

This Forum will enable Jets Members – the backbone of the club – to provide their input and insights into the values and ambitions of their Hyundai A-League club.

The panel on the evening will include, amongst others, both de Bohun and Murphy.

The panel will be present to share key updates with Members, but it is the Members who will be encouraged by the moderator to offer their opinions and views.

Due to the anticipated strong interest in the Member Forum, Newcastle Jets require 2014-15 Members to register to attend the event.

Members can register here.

There is also a provision in the registration form for Members to put forward questions for discussion at the Forum.

The Forum will also be conducted virtually online via digital and social media to enable broad and inclusive participation, and to service Jets Members who may not be able to attend.

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