As we revealed yesterday, the two men have gone to the North America on a four-day, four-city tour to meet supporters and update them on plans for the club.
The first meeting took place at the home of the Toronto No1 Supporters Club, where Jim Maxwell is the president, and the two men addressed the fans on a number of issues.
Ross Hendry, from the Toronto Central club, said: "I think the best thing about the evening was the candour that Mr Green spoke with.
“He and the rest of the executive clearly have big plans for the club and see the support as a key part in realising said ambitions.
“The talk about the opening of traditional Rangers Shops; potential kit partnerships; taking the Rangers brand in to emerging markets and being ahead of the curve on content delivery will be sure to get the imaginations of the support going.
“If even a few of these ideas come off then Rangers will have an improved commercial performance that can only help us on our way back to our rightful place at the top of Scottish football and competing in the Champions League.
“I am looking forward to hearing more of the executive team’s plans as they evolve and unfold.
“All in it was a good honest meeting.”
As promised Green and Ahmad also gave fans information on the forthcoming share issue.
Next stop is New York then the duo fly to Orlando tomorrow and head to Houston on Saturday before flying back for Sunday’s league meeting with Montrose