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Thursday 23rd of October 2014

AFC Urmston Meadowside

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AFC Urmston Meadowside has launched a new online fundraising webshop.
AFC Urmston Meadowside is asking it's supporters to shop online at "" and raise money for AFC Urmston Meadowside. Over 100 retailers are accessible through the webshop, including BT, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and RAC. Many retailers provide exclusive offers to the webshop, such as discounts or offering free delivery to the customer, providing more reasons for supporters to buy products through the webshop. So, if you shop online and regularly use Marks & Spencer, John Lewis etc. Buy online through "" and help raise funds for the new clubhouse. The webshop is straightforward to use and no technical knowledge is required. The webshop will help raise funds with your help by purchasing through "" from retailers such as BT Broadband who offer up to £30 commission for each broadband product purchased through the webshop.
Don Davidson at AFC Urmston Meadowside says: "The webshop facility is such a simple but very effective idea. AFC Meds receive a commission on each purchase you make. Fund Raising for AFC Urmston Meadowside couldn't be easier!"


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