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Teneo to sponsor Tipp

Tuesday, 13th November, 2018 5:13pm

Story by Shane Brophy
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Teneo to sponsor Tipp

Declan Kelly

Leading global advisory firm Teneo, founded by Portroe native Declan Kelly, will become the new sponsors of the Tipperary hurling and football teams in 2019.

The jersey sponsorship takes effect from January 1st and incorporates the county’s hurling and football teams, from minors through to seniors.

Tipperary County Board is delighted to announce that it has entered into a sponsorship agreement with Teneo,” revealed County Chairman John Devane.

Teneo is the world’s leading CEO advisory firm and has strong links to our county, with its Chairman, CEO and co-founder Declan Kelly being a proud Tipperary native and longtime private supporter of Tipperary GAA initiatives in the last several years.

He is a lifelong friend of Tipperary senior hurling manager Liam Sheedy, both of whom come from Portroe, and we thank him for taking on this important new leadership role on behalf of the Premier County.”

Separate to the sponsorship commitment, Declan Kelly (who began his working life as a journalist in the Nenagh Guardian) has agreed to establish and chair a Commercial Board that will support the ongoing strategic development of the Tipperary senior hurling team under Liam’s Sheedy's management.

The ability to tap into the strategic talents of one of the world’s leading advisory firms will be hugely beneficial,” added John Devane.


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