Customer Testimonials

“Breo Jewellers have been advertising with the Nenagh Guardian for many years now and we have always found that they provide an excellent service. Frances, Elaine and Simon are very easy to work with and always try to ensure that we get the very best out of our advertising features. We are delighted to keep this working relationship going with the Guardian and we wish everyone at our local paper the best for the future”
– Eoin Fitzgibbon, Managing Director, Breo Jewellers, Kenyon Street, Nenagh

“Stakelums Home & Hardware have always had a great relationship with the Nenagh Guardian and have been an advocate of theirs for years. We advertise with them at key times throughout the year to maximize our exposure locally but will also feature in seasonal supplements, which have proven great value for money and very successful in generating footfall in-store and traffic to our website, www. Partnering with the Nenagh Guardian allows us to advertise our best deals to a local audience that knows us and an opportunity to build brand awareness with those that don’t. We have seen great success both online and in-store with local campaigns run with the Nenagh Guardian and would highly recommend any business looking to build brand awareness, sell products or generate footfall to speak to them about advertising.”
– ROBERT HARRIS, Marketing Manager, Stakelums Hardware, Racecourse Road, Thurles

“As the pandemic ploughed through the hospitality sector over the past two years, my family-run business was suddenly forced to alter and adapt overnight, and without the support of the Nenagh Guardian and their staff I dread to think of how much time it would have taken for us to design and develop the items we needed to merchandise and promote our new business model. No idea or job was ever toomuch for the team at Nenagh Guardian, and our products were always delivered on time along with words of support and encouragement. We are so blessed to have a facility like Nenagh Guardian on our doorstep as we continue to develop and adapt our businesses.”
– HEATHER BARRY, Proprietor,The Village Barista, Newtown,Nenagh.

“I advertise in the Guardian’s Local Service Guide every week. I find their rate is very reasonable, and the regular advert helps keep me in people’s minds with regular calls from readers inquiring about my carpentry, painting and building services. “
– PHILLY BURKE, Carpentry, Painting, Refurb, Building Services, Nenagh

“I regularly advertise my power washing service in the Nenagh Guardian. I find I get a great return, with people contacting me from the Nenagh area and all around it. It’s a great way of keeping the DT Power Washing name out there and I’m looking forward to working with Guardian advertising through the busy times ahead.”
– DANNY TIERNEY, Managing Director, DT Power Washing

“Arramount Furniture has been availing of the Guardian’s advertising service since we opened our doors in Nenagh in September 2020. We generally advertise every second week, sometimes more often. Frances and all the team have been very good to us. They are very good at what they do and they will always try and make my job easier in terms of creating the ad. We want to encourage people to shop and support local, and what better way to do that other than to advertise locally. While there are many forms of advertising available to us, we find it really important that we advertise with the Nenagh Guardian as it has a certain readership that just cannot be got anywhere else, and we see that when people come into our shop.”
– BILL MOLLOY, Owner, Arramount Furniture, Springfort Retail Park, Limerick Road, Nenagh

“We began advertising with the Guardian when we first opened here at Brooklands on Nenagh’s Borrisokane Road. That was five years ago and we’ve celebrated our anniversary in the Guardian every year since. Our anniversary coincides with Christmas, so featuring in the Guardian helps to focus people’s minds about us at this important time of the year and boost our sales. It also gives us the opportunity to salute our loyal customers, who have been of great support to us over the years. The Guardian advertising staff are friendly and easy to work with, and we are looking forward to toasting Year No 6 in the local paper at the end of 2022!”
– DARRELL & MARTINA SULLIVAN, Owners, Sullivan Butchers, Borrisokane Road, Nenagh

“With its wide readership across the farming community of North Tipperary, we have found that the Nenagh Guardian is an excellent means of advertising everything that’s happening
at Central Auctions. The weekly features on our shows and sales have proven very popular, and a great means of getting the word out about what’s happening at the mart. Elaine and Frances are very efficient and friendly to work with, and I would recommend anyone looking to advertise their business to give them a call and see what they can do for you.”

-MICHAEL HARTY, General Manager, Nenagh Mart, Nenagh

“We advertise in the Local Services section of the Nenagh Guardian every week because we feel it has helped us create a strong presence in the market. Not a week goes by that we don’t get a call so we highly recommend advertising in the local paper to get your business noticed.”
– KARL MCLOUGHNEY, Sand, Gravel & Aggregates

“We have been advertising in the Guardian’s classified section for over 16 years now. We have also run several features in the farming section. What we especially like about advertising with the Guardian is that we’re keeping business local, and it helps us keep in touch with all of our customers and suppliers.“
– MARGARET FOGARTY, Director, Fogarty Concrete, Templederry, Nenagh,

“I have been dealing with Nenagh Guardian as part of my involvement with Tipperary GAA over the past 30 years or so. Over that time it’s always been Nenagh Guardian and especially Nenagh Guardian Print that we have dealt with for all our printing requirements. They have printed thousands of copies of the Tipperary GAA Yearbooks, County Convention books and reports plus many other requests I must make special mention of the layout & design of Tipperary GAA Club Draw brochures each year, which has been part and parcel of the success of the scheme for 34 years. Guardian Print’s attention to detail and their one to one interaction with us is very much appreciated. We are always made to feel welcome in their offices and their courtesy and kindness is always second to none. It would be unfair to single out any one member of staff, past or present as they are all a credit to the company. Their ability to turn around orders in a short space of time is a vital part of our relationship and they rarely fail to deliver. I would like to thank Nenagh Guardian Print and Design for all your support over the years and wishing you success into the future.”
– TIM FLOYD, County Secretary, Tipperary County Board

“I developed a very good working relationship with the Nenagh Guardian from the moment I opened my new pharmacy on Friar St in 2019. I have always found the Guardian’s advertising team to be very professional and they invest great attention to detail in every feature. Since opening, I have run several advertising campaigns with the Guardian and have seen the benefit on every occasion.”
– MARTIN SLATTERY Slattery’s Pharmacy, Friar Street, Nenagh

“Consistent advertising with our local newspaper allows us to target potential students at local level. We have found working with the Nenagh Guardian over the years to be an integral part of our annual recruitment campaigns. The newspaper also supports us by giving us valuable editorial space to communicate news and updates from our college. The Nenagh Guardian have a very efficient and supportive team and we would most certainly rate them as our ‘go to newspaper’. We as a college community really value our relationship with them.”
– NICOLA WELFORD, Creative Media o-ordinator, Templemore College, Templemore, Co. Tipperary

“Our school uses Nenagh Guardian Print and Advertising on a regular basis. The speed of service, design work, quality of print and customer service is second to none. We are delighted to support local and we would highly recommend.”
– WILLIAM GREENE, Principal, CBS Primary School, Nenagh

“The Nenagh Guardian provides a weekly accurate update on what’s happening in the world of agriculture relevant to Tipperary Farming Families. It brings the Agri decisions and discussions that are taking place at home and abroad to your kitchen table. IFA are extremely grateful to the Guardian for the opportunity to highlight the issues that may impact on our 3000 members in North Tipperary .The Nenagh Guardian has
always supported agriculture and recognise the importance of agriculture to our rural towns and villages. As outgoing County Chair of IFA I want to commend the staff at the Nenagh Guardian for their professionalism and support during my 4 year term.”

– IMELDA WALSH, Outgoing County Chair of IFA (Irish Farmers Association)

“As Wedding Co-ordinator at Bunratty Castle Hotel, I have always found Frances, Elaine and everyone else involved in advertising with the Nenagh Guardian a pleasure to deal with. The Guardian has really helped spread the word about our award-winning hotel, and we’ve seen that in Tipperary couples coming to our wedding showcase events and booking Bunratty for their big day out. I’m looking forward to working with the Guardian again to attract people to the exciting range of events we have lined up here in the near future.”
– MARION MOORE, Wedding Co-ordinator, Bunratty Castle Hotel, Bunratty, Co. Clare

“The Nenagh Guardian has been a terrific support to us at The Thatched Cottage for many years now. What I li ke is their friendly, attentive attitude when it comes to getting the very best out of advertising features. They have helped us to promote everything from our range of dining options to our wedding venue offering, and helped us keep in touch with our customers around Tipperary. There’s lots more to look forward to here at The Thatched Cottage and we will be availing of the Guardian’s advertising service again to put the word out about it”
– NOREEN CAVANAGH, The Thatched Cottage, Ballycommon, Nenagh