Homeland and Connacht Gold continue partnership with Mayo Camogie
Mayo Camogie has announced the continued partnership with Homeland and Connacht Gold as a corporate supporter for the 2023 season.
Announcint the partnership, Mayo Camogie County Board chairperson Rosemary Smith said: “We are delighted to welcome Homeland as a Mayo Camogie corporate supporter for 2023. It is wonderful to have such a strong, visible brand such as Homeland back our players for the 2023 season. Having the support of Homeland means so much as we continue to grow and develop our game within the county.”
Based in the heart of the community, Homeland pride themselves on their team’s friendly approach to customer service and expert advice. Their 34 stores located across the west of Ireland provide a full range of products for the agri, garden, hardware, homeware and pet customer. Homeland also offer nationwide delivery via their website (www.homeland.ie).
“We are delighted to continue our partnership with Mayo Camogie again in 2023,” said Caroline Millar-Price, brand development and marketing manager for Homeland at Aurivo Co-Operative Society. “This will be our third year supporting. Our Homeland teams at our nine Mayo stores, I have no doubt, will all be following along and cheering the teams on in support. Wishing the players the very best of luck in the upcoming season from all at Team Homeland.”
Connacht Gold is an iconic national brand with a wide range of butter and milk products for all the family. Niamh Jinks, communications and brand manager with Aurivo Dairy, said Connacht Gold is delighted to sponsor the Mayo Camogie player profiles this year.
“It’s a great way for supporters to get to know a little about all the players who represent their county and do them proud on the pitch. At Aurivo, we pride ourselves on playing an active role in the communities in which we operate and we are committed to getting behind local sportspeople.
“Aurivo, via the Connacht Gold brand, supports GAA all across Connacht and are proud to support community activity.”