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Popular Waterford figures supporting local

Waterford figures supporting local

What do rugby international Niamh Briggs, Chef Paul Flynn and radio personalities Kieran O’Connor and Damien Tiernan have in common? They are all ambassadors for a new shop local campaign created by Waterford Chamber and Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber.

These popular Waterford figures are passionate about the need to support local right now and into the future and are asking you to buy Shop Local gift vouchers to ensure your money is spent locally.

This is the first time Waterford Chamber and Dungarvan & West Waterford Chamber have come together to advertise Chamber Shop Local Gift Vouchers. Between both Chambers, these vouchers can be spent in over 250 local businesses.

This campaign is also running in conjunction with WLR FM who are consistent advocates for supporting local and it is also supported by Waterford Council.

Vouchers can be bought from both Chamber offices in Waterford City and Dungarvan or online at www.waterfordchamber.ie and www.dungarvanchamber.ie

Tune in to WLR FM during July and August to hear the popular figures asking you to choose Chamber Shop Local Gift Vouchers and there will also be some vouchers up for grabs. But above all, please remember to ‘Shop Waterford Support Local’.

 

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"Waterford is a very attractive location for Foreign Direct Investment as it is a dynamic city which is very much open for business – the city has a proven track record of attracting investment from start-ups and expanding business, who are hugely supported by Waterford Chamber. The city, county and region offers a young, well educated workforce and is easily accessible for international visitors. Waterford’s quality of life for employees is exceptional as it blends elements of rich cultural heritage with a new and vibrant lifestyle – with new additions such as the Greenway further showcasing the county to not only locals, but visitors from all over Ireland and overseas. The Chamber has been a vital link in welcoming our companies into the local Business Community – helping them not only network, but also gain a sense of community and belonging."

Brendan McDonald, Regional Manager, South East Region, IDA

 

 

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