JCI Donegal seeks sponsors for Friendly Business Awards

JCI Donegal

THE Donegal branch of Junior Chamber International (JCI) is hosting its Friendly Business Awards on Monday, August 18.

The awards seek to recognise the important role played by small businesses in the continuous development and improvement of our economy and local communities. 
President of JCI Donegal, Ms Emma Boylan said nominations are now closed but you can still be linked to this prestigious event.

“We are looking for sponsors of the following awards – Customer Choice, Customer Care, Disability Access, Eco Friendliness and Shop Layout and Design. Sponsoring the awards only costs €45 and in return you receive a lot in return to assist your own business.


“For each sponsor there will be PR online and offline; Your business name engraved on the awards; Photo on the night with the Winner; The opportunity to position your company as an industry leader; Increased sales, marketing and networking opportunities to new customers, investors and partners through event presence; Association with Junior Chamber International and the Friendly Business Awards a reputable brand and event as well as showing your business as a leader in corporate social responsibility.

“If you would like to take this opportunity for your business please e-mail back and let me know. There are only five categories, so sponsors will be accepted on a first come first serve basis,” said Ms Boylan.

The JCI Donegal Friendly Business Awards will kick off at 7.30pm on August 18 in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny who are sponsoring the event.

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