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Join Us At The End Of Season Awards

by Helen Mayo @Everton

There’s just one day remaining for Executive Lounge members to secure their place at the most prestigious event in the Club’s calendar – the End of Season Awards.

The annual extravaganza returns to the intimate surrounds of St George’s Hall in Liverpool city centre on Thursday 16 May, just three days before the Blues' final game of the Premier League season against Chelsea.  

A host of award winners will be revealed on the evening and you can be there to see firsthand who is named Everton’s Player of the Season, won last year by defender John Heitinga.

Up until Wednesday 30 January, Everton’s 2012/13 Executive Lounge members can enjoy priority access to tickets for the event. Non-members can also register their interest during that period.

The Gold package has now sold out but limited Optimum tickets are still available to buy, priced at £149+VAT.

Sponsorship packages for the exclusive event have been snapped up quickly but there are still two remaining for the Player of the Year award, priced at £8,000+VAT, and the Chairman’s Award, priced at £6,000+VAT.  

Both packages include Gold tickets and the chance to present the prestigious awards on stage alongside David Moyes and Bill Kenwright.

For more information about tickets or sponsorship packages, call 0151 530 5300 or email events@evertonfc.com.

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