AIB teams up with GAA clubs

The Corkman - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

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

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