Official Club Stuff 2019 Membership Tally - *61,505 as at 24th May

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https://www.carltonfc.com.au/news/2019-05-01/blues-reach-60000-members


Carlton was the first club to break its membership record this season, and now will set its sights on achieving a new target of 63,000 members by the end of the 2019 season.
63K? Come on Liddle. Why aim so low? :)

All the heavy lifting has been done and unless we really start to win, numbers will be tough.
There's only so much harassing the club can do.
 
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Under promise, over deliver
Yep. 63K would represent bump of around 12.5% from the previous year - A year we finished last.

Have a reasonable end to the year with our stars shining, along with good progression up the ladder, 10% yearly rises could easily come about and they sure do compound.
e.g. ~ 63K in 2019 - ~70K in 2020 ~77K in 2021 and then 85K in 2022 etc. and could be even more. That would be just fine.
 

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Incredible achievement given our tally and performance of late.

No doubt Cain Liddle has had a huge effect. Was the guy behind the significant rise at Richmond and one of his first and main intentions when joining Carlton was to get the membership up where it belongs.

He has been terrific for our Club.
 
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I've mentioned it a few times in this thread that 60K was the target for this year set by the Club. :whitecheck:
Next year 65K & 2021 70K.
You probably didn't need to mention it, as that number fronted up very clearly.

I wouldn't worry about numbers but percentages from here on in.
65K not good enough this far out. Has to be 10% growth from last years figures or we're getting it a little too easy.

i.e Last year was 56K and we were set to dig from a low base. Getting ~62k would have represented a growth of 10%
Given the only way is up for us, the club isn't allowed to settle for an extra 2K next year, if we did hit 63K this year. Seems logical to me.
 
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You probably didn't need to mention it, as that number fronted up very clearly.

I wouldn't worry about numbers but percentages from here on in.
65K not good enough this far out. Has to be 10% growth from last years figures or we're getting it a little too easy.

i.e Last year was 56K and we were set to dig from a low base. Getting ~62k would have represented a growth of 10%
Given the only way is up for us, the club isn't allowed to settle for an extra 2K next year, if we did hit 63K this year. Seems logical to me.
Maybe I did maybe I didn't.

But I did. :D
 

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Amazing result - well done everyone. Should be very proud of that milestone and here's hoping for another big push before the cutoff.

Am a bit confused though, we've heard so much about the members not agreeing with what the club is doing, and yet....:think::rolleyes:
 
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