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€20,000 Give Away

Published 2 years ago 30th June 2021 by Editor

To celebrate the launch of The Premier we are giving away €20,000 worth of free advertising to local businesses across Tipperary

Businesses can apply for a slice of The Premier’s €20,000 fund to help them survive the coronavirus crunch.

The Premier is inviting companies to apply for free advertising space in Tipperary’s only free newspaper.

Small-business owners have told The Premier that the initiative would be a ‘lifeline’, while Michelle Aylward, CEO County Tipperary Chamber, thanked The Premier for ‘doing its bit’ to help Tipperary businesses.

The Premier launched the scheme to give hundreds of the county’s businesses a helping hand as we gradually emerge from the COVID crisis.

We hope that the initiative, which will give each firm advertising worth €200, will help Tipperary’s small companies, which employ thousands of people but are battling to survive with sales having slumped in lockdown.

Ms Aylward says: ‘I want to thank The Premier for doing its bit to help small businesses get through these challenging and unsettling times.

‘Our local businesses are the backbone of our economy, and they will be vital in helping us recover from the outbreak.’

‘A brilliant opportunity’

Michael Sweatman says advertising in The Premier will give his business a huge boost and will highlight his store to thousands of people across the county.

Michael Sweetman, Fuzzdup

Michael set up Fuzzdup, a phone repair, unlocking and accessories store 20 years ago.

The shop, in Clonmel, is hugely popular and remains open, but Michael says not every business has been as lucky as his.

He says that The Premier advertising fund is one of the few schemes offering hope for the future. ‘This initiative is a brilliant opportunity for businesses like mine to get some attention and this could really help a lot of small businesses.’

And here’s what to do

Who can apply?

What you get

Email: or call 052 612 4894

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