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4th December 2003
Killie Trust Announces First AGM Date

The Kilmarnock Supporters' Society Ltd (The Killie Trust), an independent organisation set up to gain supporters representation within the football club, will hold its first AGM on Thursday 15th January 2004 in The Park Suite, Rugby Park at 7:30pm.

This meeting will see the announcement of the formal Trust board and give members the opportunity to discuss future strategy and policy.

Post AGM the Trust board will be inviting people from the business community to join them to help achieve its aim of seeking direct and indirect influence over the running of the football club and ensure that the opinions of the supporters are considered when the board of directors make decisions affecting the club.

The Killie Trust now has over 360 members since officially launching just under 5 months ago; this represents 7% of season ticket holders and exceeds the target set on launch night of a membership equating to 5% of season ticket holders within 6 months of launch.
A Trust spokesman said "This is an excellent start when you consider that the Rangers Trust, for example, has a membership equating to less than 3% of its season ticket holders."
The Trust is also on target to achieving a membership of 10% of season ticket holders within first 12 months of existence.

The aim of The Killie Trust is to promote, develop and support Kilmarnock Football Club and the game of football within the community.

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