Kepak Group, has today announced a significant sponsorship deal with Meath Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) until the end of the 2022 season.
Headquartered in Clonee, the agreement means Kepak’s logo will reappear on Meath county jerseys and on new branding at Páirc Tailteann in Navan.
This sponsorship represents a new phase for Kepak’s strong history with Gaelic games in Meath; Kepak and Meath GAA enjoyed one of the longest and most successful relationships in Gaelic football, featuring a 14-year sponsorship of the men’s team, the food company outlined in a statement.
"We proudly sponsored the men’s teams for more than a decade and are now looking forward to providing the highest level of support and loyalty to the fast-growing Meath ladies teams," said Mick O’Dowd, agri-business development manager, Kepak.
"In Meath LGFA, we see that same spirit and commitment and we hope our support over the next three years will provide stability and assurances to enable the teams to maximise their potential.”
Meath LGFA was founded in 1976 and has continued to develop, with the success of the 1994 County Junior team served as an added catalyst for growth. The county now boasts in excess of 340 different teams across 40 clubs, with more than 6,000 registered members playing, mentoring and officiating at games.
Commenting on the new sponsorship deal,said Fearghal Harney, Chairperson, Meath LGFA said: "Our aim for the coming year is to continue the development of our structures and players as well as the promotion of our games, and to push Meath on to new heights and winning ways."
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