Emovis Ireland has today negotiated and launched a new sponsorship deal between eFlow and Sport Ireland to help support Ireland’s elite athletes. The partnership will see eFlow support Irish athletes on their journey to competing at major international events.
Two-time Olympic modern pentathlete Natalya Coyle and first time Olympic hopeful, gymnast Rhys McClenaghan, launched the official sponsorship which took place in the Sport Ireland Campus in Blanchardstown. Other successful Irish international athletes Oliver Dingley, Mary Waldron, Kim Garth, Brian Gregan, Rhasidat Adeleke, Fionnuala McCormack, Noelle Lenihan and Arthur Lanigan O’Keefe were also in attendance.
Chief Executive of Sport Ireland, John Treacy, commented “The Sport Ireland Campus is home to a number of Ireland’s top athletes. Coaching, support services and facilities are accessed by athletes on a daily and weekly basis. To assist these athletes and their families, Sport Ireland is delighted to partner with eFlow and I want to thank them for their support and investment”.
Speaking at the launch of the partnership, Darren O’Reilly, Head of Marketing for emovis commented
“We are very proud to support Ireland’s elite athletes in our community, especially in their journey’s leading-up to major international & national competitions”.
Eleven national sporting bodies who have either a full or part-time training centre at the Sport Ireland Campus will benefit from this sponsorship in the lead up to the international competition.
Emovis is proud to support this initiative and this project is an example of how Emovis provides added value services to its clients. Public information and communication is vital to the success of barrier free tolling and this new sponsorship will leverage the eflow message to inform the public of the many services and account options that eflow provides to drivers.