City duo amongst most influential in Exeter
We are delighted to announce that Exeter City vice-chairman Julian Tagg was recognised at the Exeter Power 50 awards for his contribution to sport in the city of Exeter.
Julian was the overall winner for the category of Sport and Jamie Vittles, who heads the club’s Football in the Community department, was also nominated in the same category and named amongst the Power 50 – which is a list of the 50 most influential people from across Exeter and the surrounding areas.
The Exeter Power 50 is an event designed to recognise and celebrate the outstanding contribution made by individuals to the businesses and communities of Exeter and its surrounding area.
The awards reception was held at The Forum at the University of Exeter on Thursday 7th November, and attended by some of the real movers and shakers with power and influence in Exeter, who affect the city in a positive way.
It is with great pleasure that the work and influence of Exeter City Football Club has once again been officially recognised and acknowledged – in particular in the presence of such a calibre of peers. It is a testimony to the extraordinary work that have been undertaken by the individuals and their teams and we congratulate them once again.
The other award winners were Camilla Hampshire (Creative Arts & Media), Sir Steve Smith (Large Business), Karime Hassan (Community) and Tony Rowe (SME Business). Michael Caines MBE was named as the City’s Most Influential.