The Yorkshire County Cricket Club is undergoing research to ascertain what the future of a Yorkshire membership looks like.
The Club is seeking to develop a membership proposition that is inclusive for all, offering the ultimate in supporter experience for everyone involved and opening the gates at Headingley for many more people. In order to do this, it is imperative that we hear from as many cricket supporters as possible.
Cricket fans are asked to complete the below survey which should take around ten minutes to complete and anyone that does so will have the opportunity to enter into a draw to win one of five £100 gift vouchers.
Yorkshire’s Marketing and Sales Director Treve Whitford said: “It is vitally important that we hear from as many cricket supporters as possible as we look to build a new membership proposition that meets the needs of every supporter.
“We want a Yorkshire membership that is representative of our communities, opening the gates at Headingley, Scarborough and York to a diverse audience.
“In order to ensure that a Yorkshire membership is inclusive and attractive to a diverse range of cricket supporters, we are undergoing extensive research before rolling out our membership offering in September. The insights gathered will be crucial in creating a membership for all as we strive to have the most diverse membership in cricket.”