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With road users becoming more 'green-minded' and an increase in electric cars on our routeways, CarsIreland.ie offer tips for taking a long-distance trip in the environmentally friendly vehicle.
As a Credit Union, we are constantly innovating & looking for new ways to collaborate with our community. We are working with new partners for our Members benefit & as part of that we are excited to introduce our new member discount card – The Connect Card.
oose elAny visit to Hazel Mountain Chocolate is an experience — the delightful tearooms snuggled in the foothills of the Burren. This is a place where you don’t want to hurry, where you want time to stand still. Pastries, organic lunches, tea served in quirky pots, in little rooms off the shops. And when you have finished your delightful treat, you can see where and how it is all made.
Some 43 per cent of Irish consumers have at one stage intentionally avoided a shop that did not have card or contactless payment facilities, according to a new survey by card payment provider BOI Payment Acceptance (BOIPA).
A pioneering new loyalty app is leading the revolution against costly customer retention programs, complex technology, and wallet-bound loyalty cards, giving business owners the opportunity to use easy online software to drive sales and engage customers like never before.
What do get the person that has everything this Christmas? A Pallas Karting Christmas gift voucher of course.
The summer has finally arrived. Unfortunately the clear blue skies and heat waves you were expecting or more likely praying for, have not materialised as we batten down the hatches against the wind and rain. What's worse is your children are free from the shackles of school for the next few months and will be lazing around the house, bored with nothing to do, unable to go outside without being soaked to the bone. You know what they say about idle minds?
The curious position that Mayo County Council has found itself in, having to deal with banks and developers in relation to the issue of bonds for essential works that have to be carried out on housing estates before they are taken in control by the council, cropped up at a meeting of the Claremorris Municipal District this week.
Galway Chamber in partnership with The Gift Voucher Shop (GVS), the company behind the One4all Gift Card, has launched a new gift card in the run-up to Christmas. This gift card allows employers in the city and county to reward and motivate their staff with a tax-free benefit and stimulate the local economy at the same time.
Fine Gael TD for Longford-Westmeath, Gabrielle McFadden, has said that An Post’s plans to offer banking services will be a major boost to rural areas.