On this morning’s Sport for Business Daily we were joined by Mick O’Dowd, former Meath Football player and manager and now running the Kepak investment in Meath Gaelic Games.
The company announced a partnership agreement with St Peters GAA Club in Dunboyne last month, which involves significant investment by Kepak over the next 10 years in support of the Club’s major €2.5m development plans.
It also includes primary sponsorship of their annual club summer camps.
This partnership follows the announcement by Kepak last year that it had agreed to a three-year sponsorship deal with Meath Ladies Gaelic Football Association until the end of the 2022 season.
Headquartered in Clonee, Co. Meath, Kepak has been active in the local community since the foundation of the Company in 1981.
Kepak and Meath GAA enjoyed one of the longest and most successful relationships in Gaelic football, featuring a 14-year sponsorship of the men’s senior team.
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