Buy your Premiership merchandise through the RFC Superstore NOT The AFL!

caesar

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Buy your merchandise through the RFC Superstore where you can rather than an AFL store.

This is why:

Buy through the club and 90% of profits go to RFC and 10% to it's Charity partner, (The Alannah Madeline Foundation).

Buy through the AFL and nearly all the profits go to the AFL and a miniscule amount to the RFC.

Stuff the AFL getting rich on the back of the Tiger Army!
 
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Tigers of Old

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caesar said:
Buy your merchandise through the RFC Superstore where you can rather than an AFL store.

This is why:

Buy through the club and 90% of profits go to RFC and 10% to it's Charity partner, (The Alannah Madeline Foundation).

Buy through the AFL and nearly all the profits go to the AFL and a miniscule amount to the RFC.

Stuff the AFL getting rich on the back of the Tiger Army!
A good point but that it's taken 7 weeks for many people who ordered premiership merch etc. through the club is ridiculous. Big disincentive to order through them.
Can blame the warehouse or whatever but ultimately this is the club's responsibility & it hasn't been good enough.
Will just have to get it right next season.. :cupgold
 

MB78

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Bump to this post.

Also probably cheaper buying from us. For example I purchased a premiership cup on the Sunday after our flag. It was $230. The Herald Sun shop has it for sale at $275. I also saw other posts online for premiership merchandise and they had the cup listed at $299.