The Carltonians recently celebrated the end of season 2016 with a lavish event at Crown.
In true Carltonians style, guests were treated to the highest calibre entertainment, including renowned radio and television personality Dave Hughes and performances from one of Melbourne’s most prominent event bands.  
The Carlton Football Club was well represented with President Mark LoGiudice and CEO Steven Trigg in attendance, highlighting the importance of the Club’s significant relationship with its premier match day coterie.
The evening featured the presentation of the Carltonians’ contribution to the Carlton Football Club for season 2016. A cheque for $120,000 was presented to Steven Trigg by Carltonians President Vince Loccisano.
The Carltonians President Vince Loccisano recognised the loyal support of the members and sponsors and acknowledged the historical importance of the relationship between the Carltonians and the Carlton Football Club.
"The Carltonians Coterie has enjoyed a long and close association with the Carlton Football Club for more than 50 years. We are proud to have earned a reputation for being the club's premier match day coterie by providing our members with the ultimate football experience,” Loccisano said.
“I wish to thank all Carltonian Members who continue to offer their support to the Club through thick and thin. You are "heart and soul" Carlton supporters who stand by our Club regardless of its ladder position and give generously to the cause. In time you will be rewarded for your years of loyalty and commitment. Thank you for your valuable contribution again this season. It's very much appreciated.”

“I also want to thank our wonderful sponsors who have come on board this year. We look forward to a long and fruitful association."
Opportunities to join the Carltonians for season 2017 will be released in the coming months, where you can become involved in match-day and non-match-day events within the inner sanctum of the Carlton Football Club.
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