An ‘app-y’ moment on the horizon for Wildcat fans

posted on 16 September 2010

As from next week Wakefield Trinity Wildcat fans who have access to i-phone technology are expected to be able to download an application for free that will keep them right up-to-date with all the developments at Belle Vue Stadium.

The ‘app’ has been specially designed for the Wildcats by Hull-based Rugby League enthusiast Glenn Crossland and is being initiated at the Wildcats by the club’s Marketing Executive Alice Furbisher.

Once you’ve downloaded the ‘app’ the you will be able to see at an instant all the latest media releases; club announcements and merchandise offers all on your own phone.

Francis Stephenson, the Wildcats’ Director of Operations, said: “This is another way that we can keep our fans informed about developments and opportunities involving the Wildcats.

“When technology produces an opportunity for the club to speak directly to its fans we embrace that chance. Besides having our own web site we now have both a Facebook site and a Twitter service so we’re staying in touch with of all these new developments.”

“The Wildcats will make an announcement about when it will be possible to download the ‘app’ as soon as possible.”

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