16 Jul Dean Hoyle Hosting ‘chairman’s Lunch’
Huddersfield Town Chairman Dean Hoyle has called on some of his high-profile colleagues from across English football to help him raise money for the Town Foundation through a unique event.
On Friday 26 September, Dean will hold his first ‘Chairman’s Lunch’ at a fantastic Huddersfield venue – and he’s invited some of his most esteemed colleagues to join him.
Atop the VIP guest list is Dr. Assem Allam, Owner of Premier League Hull City. The 74 year-old Egyptian businessman made his name as a leading manufacturer of industrial generators, but has since hit the headlines as the man in charge of Hull City, leading them to the top flight and never failing to give his forthright opinion on many matters.
Commencing with a drinks reception, a three course meal will be enjoyed in the company of many leading Yorkshire businesses and familiar faces too, before the line-up of Chairmen take to the stage.
Tables and individual seats are now available for this unique insight into the most important role in football – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for full information.
Proceeds from the event will ensure that the Town Foundation – the registered charity associated to Huddersfield Town – can continue its work with children and young people in the community.
For more information on the work the Town Foundation undertakes, please visit www.htafcfoundation.com.
Town Foundation Trustee Sean Jarvis – another attendee at the event – commented:
“The Chairman’s Lunch promises to be an absolutely intriguing day that will offer attendees a unique insight into the minds of four of the most forthright and successful men in football.
“It’s very seldom that decision-makers with the gravitas of this quartet come together and discuss the inner workings of four big professional football clubs; I believe it is must for any football fan!
“It’s fantastic that these gentlemen are giving up their valuable time for a worthy cause in the Town Foundation. The money generated from this event will help the charity continue to make a difference in our community.”