BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
The build-up to the festive period begins in earnest this week - on Saturday, December 1st at 4.30pm Mayor Lalor McGee will turn on the town’s Christmas lights while this week Nenagh Town Council have announced that it will be free to park in the town car parks on Saturday, December the 8th, the 15th and the 22nd. The measure is designed to encourage foot fall in the town as the Christmas period approached.
This initiative ties in nicely with the official launch of Nenagh.ie which will take place in the Nenagh Arts Centre on Thursday, December 6th.
Nenagh Chamber of Commerce, Nenagh Town Council and Tom Ryan (AdSmart.ie), one of North Tipperary’s most promising young businessmen, have come together to form a coalition of growth and re-launch Nenagh.ie - a hyper-local website which will champion the town and its surrounding areas.
Nenagh.ie will offer a business listings service for the area; will work to promote community organisations and events and will be populated by compelling content which is relevant to the town and the surrounding hinterland.
The Nenagh.ie team are determined to promote the best interests of Nenagh and the wonderful elements of a town which we are proud to call home. Nenagh.ie will also mount a significant social media campaign and will act as an advocate for the area.
We need to support each other to get through these difficult times and the message behind Nenagh.ie is simple: if we are to transform our economy we must strive to create an atmosphere of possibility in Nenagh and give people the confidence to reach into their pockets. Ireland’s recovery from recession will not come down to who can cut what. It will come down to who can create.
Nenagh.ie will endeavour to highlight the fact that Nenagh is a town brimming with potential. Nenagh.ie will campaign on behalf of the area and it will fight for this town. Let’s carve out a future for ourselves and work to create the community that we want to live in. Nenagh Chamber of Commerce and Nenagh Town Council have already come together to work on the project, but only with the help of the community can it prove a success.