Date: 13th May 2009 at 10:05am
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Wednesday chairman Lee Strafford embarked on a visit to North America last week to try and find investment in the club from overseas.

Strafford, along with chief executive Nick Parker, have revealed that they jetted off to the U.S. to try and attract the interest of a ‘large number of potential investors’ stateside.

In an interview with www.swfc.co.uk, Parker has revealed that there is still interest in the club from ‘three continents’ and that it’s still the case.

And he insists that positive discussions have lead to parties becoming ‘very, very interested’ in the business plan put together by the club to show any potential investor.

Parker repeated his stance that the investor needs to be in it for the right reasons, and that the current economic climate has lead to some parties showing concerns.

But he insists that good season ticket sales over the summer could lead to potential investors looking at the club as a solid investment with a strong fanbase.

Read the full interview with Nick Parker on the official site by clicking here