Neath-Swansea Ospreys stars are hitting the road in an attempt to attract more fans ahead of the new season.
Wales internationals Shane Williams and Sonny Parker are among players who will be visiting shopping centres, rugby clubs and town centres in a big recruitment drive.
Andrew Donald, Ospreys chief executive said "It's no good waiting for supporters to come to us, we have to get into the community, show what we can offer and take on board suggestions from fans and local people on how to deliver a product that will include everyone.
"We fully understand that the Ospreys as a team can only be as strong as the fans that support it and that's why we're really focusing on having a greater interaction with both existing and potential supporters this year.
"Our fans really are the team's lifeblood and we hope they'll take the time to come and meet with us during these community days."
More than 400 supporters attended the first roadshow in Bridgend last week.
The next visits are planned for Dunvant and Maesteg rugby clubs today, the Quadrant Shopping Centre in Swansea on August 7 and Aberafan Shopping Centre, Port Talbot on August 24.
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