Jarrad Butler ‘drives happy’ in his new Citroën C5 Aircross

 Connacht Rugby captain Jarrad Butler with (from left), Kevin McDonagh (Windsor Motors), Dave Tarrant (Casey Londis Group), Gerry Casey (Casey Londis Group), PJ Coyne (Windsor Motors), and Gary Brown (Windsor Motors), after collecting his  new Citroën C5 Aircross, sponsored by Casey's Londis, Galway.

Connacht Rugby captain Jarrad Butler with (from left), Kevin McDonagh (Windsor Motors), Dave Tarrant (Casey Londis Group), Gerry Casey (Casey Londis Group), PJ Coyne (Windsor Motors), and Gary Brown (Windsor Motors), after collecting his new Citroën C5 Aircross, sponsored by Casey's Londis, Galway.

Connacht Rugby captain Jarrad Butler made a recent visit to Windsor Galway Citroën to collect his new Citroën C5 Aircross, sponsored by Casey's Londis, Galway.

The C5 Aircross is a hard-working, rugged SUV, with plenty of room for all the family, and Butler says he is "very thankful for Windsor Galway Citroën and Casey’s Londis coming together to support me this year, particularly in these difficult circumstances".

The C5 Aircross offers high level of comfort and versatility with a modern design and plenty of customisation options. Adaptive cruise control and highway driver assist will help Butler drive in a stress-free manner on longer road-trips, while smartphone connectivity and satellite navigation will aid him when travelling around town.

Managing director of Casey’s Londis, Gerry Casey, is delighted to help Butler for the coming season.

“Jarrad has been a great addition to the Connacht Rugby team. He is an incredibly talented player and a wonderfully humble and generous person off the field too,” Casey says.

Gary Brown, sales manager of Windsor Galway Citroën, says: "We're thrilled to be able to team up with Casey’s Londis and Jarrad for this sponsorship. To have the captain of the Connacht Rugby team driving a Citroën C5 Aircross from Windsor Galway Citroën is incredibly exciting"

Butler led and his Connacht Rugby teammates to victory over Glasgow at the weekend and they now head to Wales to face Cardiff Blues on Saturday.

 

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