Super League's most accessible CEO?

London Broncos CEO, Nic Cartwright has taken the word 'accessible' to a new level this week releasing his own mobile phone number to the general public.

This latest move is another small but important step in the club's improved communications strategy and it provides another forum for Broncos fans to express their opinions and provide key feedback.

Cartwright has also set up a new email address specifically to allow for greater interaction with supporters of the club.

Nic commented:

"We've always looked at new ways to communicate with our current and potential fans and I think our organisation does a really good job on this front."

We've recently launched a new website, a new e-zine and new match magazine, and our press office is always looking at ways to get our messages out to a wider audience.?

At the same time it's vitally important that we continue to listen to and service our existing supporter base. To this end we have regular meetings with our Supporters' Action Group and this is just another way to encourage good, constructive feedback.?

We are so different to other clubs on many fronts and our supporters in the main appreciate that we have a lot of additional barriers to overcome."

Lacking our own ground is just one of these impediments and, as a result, we are constantly forced on the road. With this comes a lot of unknowns for our supporters and therefore our communications have to be right on the ball."

I would say that we have to be ahead of the game in terms of communication and this remains one of many club objectives."

I'm not sure that other CEO's give out their mobile numbers to the fans but that's irrelevant because we are so different."

Should you wish to call Nic, his mobile number is 07910 850436 or you could simply drop him an email - [email protected]

London's next home game at Griffin Park is against Salford - 3pm Sunday 22 May - Discounted tickets booked in advance are now on sale for this game - 0871 222 1132

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