Mayo GAA & Homeland Renew Underage Partnership

  • Jun 02,2022

Press Release from www.mayogaa.com


Mayo GAA and Homeland renew underage partnership

 

Mayo GAA is delighted to announce that they have renewed their underage club sponsorship with Homeland for another three years.  Homeland will now sponsor all underage football and hurling competitions in Mayo up until 2024.

 

Welcoming the news, Mayo GAA Cathaoirleach Seamus Tuohy thanked Homeland for their continued support and commitment to Mayo GAA.  “Homeland support clubs across the county and across the region and we are delighted to renew our partnership with them here in Mayo for another three years.  Like our GAA clubs, Homeland is rooted in the community providing a valuable local service to their customers,” commented Tuohy.

 

Homeland represents Aurivo Co-op’s growing retail business sector with 34 stores now across the region.  Homeland provides an essential product range for the Agri, garden, hardware, DIY, homeware, and machinery sectors at the heart of local communities.

 

“Homeland is a very reputable local company, and their continued support is a wonderful endorsement for our underage competitions in Mayo.  They recognise the work that is being done at grassroots level in every club and they understand and appreciate the commitment and effort that these young players and their volunteer coaches are giving to their local communities every day of the week,” commented Tuohy.

 

Commenting on the renewed partnership, Caroline Millar, Brand Development & Marketing Manager at Aurivo Agribusiness said “We are delighted to continue our relationship with Mayo GAA through our sponsorship of the underage competitions in both football and hurling up until 2024. Our Homeland store are located in the heart of the community and with 9 stores across the county of Mayo we have many parents of players among our customers and team members. Through our Homeland brand, Aurivo has a strong history of supporting local sporting clubs across the northwest region.  Best wishes to all the young players as they go head-to-head in the upcoming championships. The future is bright for Mayo GAA”.