Going into 2017 Rangers Youth Development Company (RYDC) director Colin Stewart set the lofty goal of attracting an extra 20,000 new sign-ups for Rangers Lotto in a bid to generate extra funds for the Youth Programme at Auchenhowie. In the last 15 years Colin has been lucky enough to hand over more than £7m to the Youth Programme and at the end of 2017 is aiming to hand over a whopping £1m to continue supporting the development of current Academy talents like Liam Burt and Billy Gilmour.
“I have set myself a target of recruiting 20,000 additional Lotto entries per week. If successful this relates to an additional £1m revenue in 2017" Colin told GTBFO.
"It’s an ambitious challenge but absolutely worth doing. All of our funding is ring fenced for our Youth Programme and I have given over £7m to our Youth Programme in recent years. In the same time period we have given away over £10m in prize money to Rangers fans."
Everyone here at GTBFO are keen supporters of the Youth Programme and would urge all of our members to also take part and sign up for Rangers Lotto.
How To Play Rangers Lotto
For only £1 a week the Rangers Lotto enters you into not 1 but 3 draws! That’s 3 chances to win some cash with the Rangers Lotto! With a Saturday Jackpot of anything up to £5,000 your £1 is well worth the money but if that wasn’t enough we’ll also enter you into our bonus Wednesday draw which has a guaranteed £1,000 jackpot!
But here at the Rangers Lotto we still don’t think that’s enough and that’s why your £1 also enters you into the big draw! Our monthly rollover draw can reach anything up to £25,000!
All profits support Rangers Youth teams so your £1 really does go a long way…..
About Rangers Lotto & Rangers Youth Development Company (RYDC)
Originally established as the Rangers Development Fund (RDF) in 1964 with the sole purpose of providing funds for the Club, the organisation – which has raised over £120 million to date – is now formally known as the Rangers Youth Development Company.
In the past, RDF revenues provided substantial funds towards the reconstruction of the Copland, Broomloan and Govan Stands, the Ibrox PA system and the purchase of the land Murray Park is built on.
However, since 2002 all RDF profits have been directed to the Club’s youth programme and the independent company – now officially registered as the Rangers Youth Development Company – has provided more than £7 million to the youth department.
The main Rangers Youth Development Company revenue generators are Rangers Lotto, Stadium Bricks, Rising Stars (half time draw) and Scratchcards.
How to join Rangers Lotto
To sign up now call the Rangers Lotto team on 0141 427 4914 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org along with your name and contact details.
For more information on Rangers Lotto and other products supporting RYDC & the Youth Programme, like stadium bricks, Rangers scratchcards and the half-time Rising Stars draw go to http://www.rydc.co.uk.