Horse Racing Eire these days introduced a two-year sponsorship extension of ‘Friday Night time Racing’ with sports activities media staff Off The Ball.
Horse Racing Eire will proceed as name sponsor of Off The Ball’s ‘Friday Night time Racing’ phase till 2021. Offered through Ger Gilroy, Friday Night time Racing’s content material is shared throughout Off The Ball’s radio, on-line and social channels, offering listeners and fans with in-depth, at the back of the scenes racing motion and research each week.
Paul Dermody, Industrial & Advertising and marketing Director, Horse Racing Eire, stated: “Over the past 365 days this partnership has enabled us to polish a mild on some the fantastic stars – horse and human – that Irish racing has to supply. Now we have lately invested in a brand new emblem promoting marketing campaign for HRI and it due to this fact makes easiest sense for us to proceed this Off The Ball courting to assist us inform the tale of Irish racing and rejoice what’s accomplished on nationwide and international phases. We sit up for proceeding to create nice occasions, advertise race days and generate attractive content material with the Off The Ball workforce for the following two years.”
Ger Gilroy, Managing Director, Off The Ball, stated: “HRI had been a super spouse during the last 12 months and we’re in point of fact captivated with speaking to the most important names in racing and uncovering one of the crucial unheralded tales that mix to make up the material of the game. We’re overjoyed to have renewed this partnership and bringing our racing protection to some other degree.”
Off The Ball’s partnership with Horse Racing Eire, brokered through Media Central and OMD, will proceed till July 2021. Off The Ball, now a stand-alone sports activities media staff, delivers essentially the most up-to-date, real-time sports activities content material and in-depth research day-to-day, by means of OffTheBall.com and by means of the crowd’s social media channels.
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