BE PROUD. WEAR BLUE. Saturday, Skilled Park
Monday 22 July 2013 5:11 PM
It’s time to stand up Gold Coast. Be proud. Play your part.
This is the message we are delivering to the local community in the lead up to the clash against competition favourites, the South Sydney Rabbitohs, this Saturday at Skilled Park.
We know the colony of red and green Rabbitohs supporters are coming – they will be invading Skilled Park in droves this weekend. In a call to arms for fans, each day this week the club will be releasing an image designed to stir Titans fans to rally together and support their local team at Skilled Park on Saturday. The overriding message is to be at our home ground wearing blue to show your support for the Titans.
The campaign has launched today with the ‘No Christmas in July’ video, drawing on the emotion Titans supporters and players alike must feel when they see their home ground overrun with away team supporters. The pulling power of historical clubs of the game, such as South Sydney and the St George, can’t be denied and the club is issuing the Gold Coast community with a challenge to support and be proud of their local team.
It is true that the players have had a rough few weeks in the competition and need to lift. The Bunnies will provide tough opposition. The last time we met in Cairns it went down to the wire and the Titans want to lock away the two points at home. To give our boys the every chance of doing this, we need to provide them that true home ground advantage. A sea of blue at Skilled Park. Cheering for our home team.
Take some inspiration from the Titans faithful that are there every game. Titans member Margaret Topp for example – only missed one home game in her life. And that was due to an operation. She’s a true Titan in every sense of the word. Stand beside her and cheer. You’ve got her back. And together we’ve got power in numbers.
Remember – this is TITANS TOWN and Skilled Park is OUR HOME.
Tickets selling fast! Buy online and save at www.titans.com.au. Wear blue. See you at Skilled Park on Saturday.
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