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Hospitality Proving Popular

by Rob Urbani @efc_roburbani

The appetite for thrilling football and exemplary hospitality means corporate packages at Goodison Park are proving increasingly popular.
And with two home games approaching in quick succession - against Norwich City and Arsenal - you're urged to act quickly to secure the few remaining places.
The visit of the Canaries on Saturday 24 November marks the last traditional Saturday 3pm kick-off at Goodison of 2012.

To mark the occasion there will be a whole host of special features from yesteryear making a return - including a Toffee Lady, a special edition of the programme, a pink Echo and even the old perimeter boards for score updates at half-time.
Spaces are limited in all lounges, with hospitality packages starting from £80 per person (plus VAT).
There will be special guests in the lounges, including boxer Tony Bellew and Leicestershire CC wicketkeeper Niall O'Brien.
Just four days after that fixture the Blues play host to Arsenal on a night which will signal the return of some of the Club's illustrious 'Giants'.
To mark the launch of the new Wall of Fame on Goodison Road immortalising 23 of the greatest players to ever don the jersey, we will be welcoming back to the famous old stadium a few of those glorious names from the past.
It is sure to be an unforgettable occasion on a night when David Moyes' current charges take on one of the finest sides in the league.
There are still hospitality places remaining in the Joe Mercer Suite, the Captains' Table and the Dixie Dean Suite, starting at £130 per person (plus VAT).
Appearing in selected lounges will be Everton heroes Pat Nevin and Tony Cottee.
In order to secure your places in any of the outstanding lounges listed above, book online by clicking here, call 0151 530 5300 to speak to a member of the sales team or email them on

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