From a PR perspective, Rory’s round of golf with Donald Trump seems a little at odds with the brand image he has so carefully built up.
With the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship finals around the corner, Aoife McDonald looks at the sporting – and sponsorship – appeal of one of Ireland’s most popular female team sports.
May 13, 2015 marked a historic day for women’s sport in Ireland – confirmation that the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup will be contested on Irish shores - both north and south of the Island. The IRFU announced that they successfully won hosting privileges and the country has been in a happy haze of celebration since the significant news arrived yesterday afternoon.
We’re a sports-mad PR agency and have worked on all sorts of successful campaigns around rugby, soccer, golf, sailing and many other sports over the years.
She came so close. This evening, in the salubrious surrounds of the elegant Kongresshaus in downtown Zürich, Ireland’s Stephanie Roche was announced as runner-up in the 2014 FIFA Puskás Award for the year’s best goal.
The winner of this year’s Puskás Award will be announced at FIFA’s glittery Ballon d’Or gala on 12 January and, unless you’ve been living in a cave, you’ll know that our very own Stephanie Roche is up against Robin Van Persie and James Rodriguez in the final shake-up. Whose goal will get the nod as the best of the year? We know who our money’s on – and here’s why.
We had the absolute pleasure of working with Republic of Ireland women’s international, 2014 FIFA Puskás award nominee and internet sensation Stephanie Roche in Dublin on Saturday last.
Our sports PR division was in its element at a sunny Aviva Stadium last Sunday, with not one but two clients involved in Irish football’s showpiece occasion – cup finals day!