Flynn & Lynch are delighted to sponsor the Longford Junior Football Championship and wish all the teams the best of luck.
Plans have been finalised for this year’s Longford GAA Annual Race Day, with the ever-popular event taking place on Wednesday, April 30.
“The key to the success of this day is that Longford people all over the world, and people with Longford connections, come together to celebrate the GAA in our county,” explained the chairman of the organising committee, Martin Skelly. “They can renew old acquaintances, and hopefully, if the results are right, make a few quid!”
The event will take place on Gold Cup Day at Punchestown, and there will be plenty of entertainment on offer for those attending.
“There will be a four-course meal with hot refreshments served later in the afternoon, and Mick Flavin will be performing after the racing finishes,” Mr Skelly continued. “Guests will also receive a free race card and a free €10 bet, and there will be a raffle with fantastic prizes, including weekends away and tickets to the All-Ireland football and hurling finals. Lunch will be served at 2pm, with the first race getting under way at 3.40pm. We will have a trackside location at the final fence, so our guests will have a great vantage point where they can enjoy all the excitement.”
In addition, this year’s race day has a new sponsors.
“Myself, John Bannon, Gerry Farrell, Anthony Dooner and the other committee members would like to welcome Flynn & Lynch Pensions & Investments Ltd as the sponsor for this year’s Race Day,” Mr Skelly said. “Enda Flynn and his family are synonymous with Clonguish and Longford GAA, and Michael Lynch has always been heavily involved with Colmcille, and is also currently involved with Ardagh St Patrick’s.
“It’s great to have a Longford company associated with the largest corporate and social event in the country.”
Mr Skelly also thanked the Longford GAA Race Day’s previous sponsors.
“We’d like to thank Michael Keenan and all at RSM Farrell Grant Sparks for their sponsorship over the previous two years,” he concluded.
Tickets for this year’s Race Day are on sale now, and cost €1,000 for a table of 10 or €100 each, and are available from clubs, the County Board and Race Day co-ordinators.
Flynn & Lynch, has been nominated for the prestigious Irish Brokers Association (IBA) Life, Pensions & Investment Awards.
The Longford business is operated by local men, Enda Flynn and Michael Lynch, and is one of just four firms shortlisted for the Overall Best Broker Award.
Making the shortlist is a huge vote of confidence in the Longford business and especially as the other three nominations are either Dublin or Cork city based.
Enda Flynn, told the Leader that they are delighted to make the shortlist and he said: “We look on it as a real vote of confidence in Longford. It is further proof, if any was needed, that you can base a successful business here.”
The overall winner will be announced at the awards event which takes place in the Mansion House on Thursday. Event MC is RTE’s Des Cahill and the after dinner entertainment will be provided by Mario Rosenstock.
For most of my working life I was used to my pension managers sending an annual letter with a valuation. Since I changed to Enda at Flynn & Lynch, I get regular updates and personal advice. Even though the markets have been difficult in the last few years, their professional approach ensured that my funds came out, not only intact, but ahead”
Seamus Butler, Managing Director, Butler Manufacturing Services, Longford
I was introduced to Michael through my accountant as I was interested in setting up a self administered scheme but previous advisors didn’t seem interested and I felt they did not have my best interest at heart. Having engaged with Flynn & Lynch I feel they listen to me and put my interests first. Everything is explained in a simple and clear manner. I am very happy to have Flynn & Lynch as my pension advisor. John Nally, Nally Bros, Ballymahon