Lidl calls on Tipperary customers to nominate local clubs for chance to win share of prize fund

Lidl, proud partner of Ladies’ Gaelic Football, is calling on customers in Tipperary to nominate their local ladies’ Gaelic football club to win a share of a €145,000 clubs fund. The Lidl LGFA Club Competition will run in Lidl stores nationwide until 10th July, giving 145 lucky clubs across the country the opportunity to win €1,000 each. Lidl is also giving clubs the chance to scoop one of three additional €5,000 prizes on its Facebook page. In total, €160,000 will be donated by Lidl to clubs across the country as part of the competition, reinforcing Lidl’s commitment to #SeriousSupport for the grassroots of the game.

As part of the Lidl LGFA Club Competition, Lidl customers will be offered a nomination card at the till with every purchase (with two cards being given for over €20 spent) and asked to cast their vote from the list of clubs on the in-store competition unit. The club which secures the most votes in each store will win €1,000.

Speaking about the Lidl LGFA Club Competition, Jennifer Gleeson, Sponsorship Manager, Lidl Ireland, said: “At Lidl, we are immensely proud of our partnership with the LGFA and have worked hard to create a programme that will bring new levels of support and exposure to the sport. So far this year, we have already donated over €250,000 worth of jerseys and equipment to post-primary schools across Ireland and are delighted to be able to donate a further €160,000 to local ladies’ Gaelic football clubs as part of our Lidl LGFA Club Competition. We would urge customers to visit their local Lidl store and get voting for their local club today!”

In May, Lidl donated over €250,000 worth of jerseys and equipment to 145 post-primary schools across the country. Lidl will donate a total of €500,000 to ladies’ Gaelic football in 2016 alone.

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