Ross County has worldwide response from Germany, United States and Peru to Staggies Army Loyalty Scheme
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Ross County have received a worldwide response from fans to its new loyalty scheme which it hopes can help financially secure the future of club.
The Staggies Army, an initiative which gives supporters the chance to sign up to a membership scheme offering benefits with the club, has seen 504 people sign up so far.
As well as people from across the Highlands joining the scheme, Staggies fans from Germany, the United States and Peru have also joined up.
The scheme, which offers packages of between £5 and £40 a month, offers incentives such as discounted season tickets and merchandise to free tickets and meet-and-greet sessions with players and managers.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor says the scheme is already playing a part in replacing lost revenue due to the Premiership season being postponed on March 13, although it has not been revealed how much money has been raised.
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