AIB teams up with GAA clubs
AIB has partnered with the GAA for in excess of 25 years and has launched an initiative that could be hugely beneficial to GAA clubs. As part of this, AIB Mallow hosted an information evening for local GAA clubs which outlined the benefits of this new initiative.
Simply put, anyone who switches or purchases a new AIB home insurance policy can nominate a GAA club of their choice to receive a €50 cash reward. There is no money limit per club so the more €50 nominations the club receives the better.
Sinead O’Connor, Branch manager AIB Mallow said “we very much value the strong partnership between ourselves at AIB and the GAA and they are delighted to host this event as it demonstrates our commitment to the GAA who in turn give so much back to the local community”.
AIB automation specialist David Barry will also gave a presentation on the night to the clubs on the benefits of online banking. Any GAA clubs who are looking for further information on this initiative should contact AIB Mallow directly.
Pictured at the AIB GAA promotion at the AIB premises in Mallow last week were Austin O’Neill, Oliver Deady and Eileen Buckley (Ballyclough GAA), David Butler (Castletownroche GAA), Ger O’Donovan, Kevin O’Callaghan and Mark Sheehan (Killshanig GAA), Dan O’Sullivan (Killavullen GAA), Michael Carroll (Mallow GAA), Michelle Murray and Fergal Cronin (Clyda Rovers GAA), and Collette Looney and Shirley Ladd (Shanballymore Juvenile Club). Also pictured are A.I.B. Mallow manager Sinead O’Connor and staff members Colm O’Neill, Dave Barry and Nora O’Sullivan. Photo: Eugene Cosgrove