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Supporters can now purchase hospitality for City’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Sheffield United and be in with the chance of dining with former City striker Lee Peacock.
Lee Johnson’s side entertain the Blades at Ashton Gate on Saturday (September 15th, 3pm kick-off) in a top six clash, as City look to extend their winning streak to four successive matches.
Hosting the Heineken Lounge hospitality will be Paul Cheesley and he will be joined by Lee Peacock, who netted 54 goals in 144 appearances for the club.
The hospitality offering is currently on sale for just £50+VAT per person when buying a table of ten, and each table of ten will be in with the chance of dining with Lee Peacock after his Q&A, with the winner selected at random in the run-up to Saturday.
Alternatively, the Heineken Lounge hospitality package is available for £99+VAT per person on tables fewer than ten guests, with season card holders receiving a 20% discount.
Included in the hospitality package:
For more information or to book, call 0117 963 0630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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