HTFC


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HTFCHousing Trust Fund Corporation (New York)
HTFCHuddersfield Town Football Club (UK)
HTFCHawaii Tropical Flower Council
HTFCHigh-Throughput Flow Cytometry (medical technology)
HTFCHalifax Town Football Club (UK)
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Under the terms of the agreement, Digital Gas will make an equity investment in PRIVATCO, be responsible for drilling contract and funding matters on PRIVATCO properties, and have the right to use the HTFC method on properties it acquires independent of PRIVATCO, subject to a royalty payment.
We kept coming back to the Terrier because it is absolutely unique to HTFC, whereas Town are not the only team to play in blue and white or who are from Yorkshire.
And what about all the publicity and banners around the town advertising HTFC? Why aren't the Giants doing the same?
Holmfirth Terriers roaring on the Town - Mathew, Joe, Max, Theo and Henry 281217 Cowan 20.jpg Up the Town - Jody and Katy 281217 Cowan 15.jpg Blue Army - Fieldy, Scotty, Gilly and Lorraine 281217 Cowan 9.jpg Chilling in the Prem - Simon, Richard and Mathew 281217 Cowan 10.jpg One love HTFC We love David Wagner's barmy army - Stephen and Antonio 281217 Cowan 18.jpg Longwood Terriers - Clive, Caleb and Craig 281217 Cowan 4.jpg No limits - Jarryd, Ryan, Geraldine and Paul 281217 Cowan 8.jpg Town togetherness - Amee, Josh, Andrew, Marie and Tony 281217 Cowan 3.jpg Hi grandad - Sean and Scott 281217 Cowan 19.jpg Staying up, up, up - Paula, Lisa and Kate 281217 Cowan 17.jpg
Town Crier Vic Watson gets ready to deliver his new HTFC Premier League opening cry 180917BTOWN_08SIMON MORLEY
Maybe we could offer a deal to entice Town season ticket holders or just HTFC fans in general?
Fantastic's Paul Whitcroft said: "The Terrier is absolutely unique to HTFC. The aim was always to create a Terrier that the fans could be proud of as well as reflect the club's position at the top of the football pyramid.
Also at the meeting was Neil Bowker, representing the historical archivists, and HTFC business partners, Microform Imaging Ltd.