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We at Vital Manchester City would like to give everyone the opportunity to advertise your event (free) as long as it's Manchester related.

The event doesn't have to be football related, as long as it's in keeping with taste and decency. The subject matter is open to the floor and of course, we will not charge for the privilege.



If you are organising a street party, a charity event, a school / college function or even a general get-together, it doesn't matter. We at Vital Man City are determined to put something back into the community, no matter how small, and for what? A few moments of your time scribbling your details down on an email.

There are well known publishers in the Manchester area who will charge a premium for what we are offering, however, there are two stipulations. 1 - No United related events / functions. 2 - You have to be registered on Vital Manchester City.

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The journalist

Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 12 2009

Time: 11:41PM

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No United events? Not even if it's their closing down sale?
fifthcolumnblue
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12/02/2009 23:44:00

Perhaps!! (lol)
Tudor
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12/02/2009 23:46:00

lol good idea!!
ArabianKnight
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13/02/2009 00:03:00

Even if you live abroad and you want a City gathering, please, leave your details here and i'll publish the event via our front pages. We get well over a million hits per week, so what are you wating for?
Tudor
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13/02/2009 00:16:00

no idea lads!
merlin
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13/02/2009 19:37:00

oops! I meant NICE idea lads!
merlin
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13/02/2009 19:38:00

I hear the B of The Bang's going to be knocked down.
Johnny Baguette
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14/02/2009 05:31:00

Not so, it's the 'n' and the 'g' that are going to be culled. The 'ba' bit is ok and will stay insitu.
kennyclementstache
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14/02/2009 16:43:00

 

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