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Bank of Ireland continues ‘Room to Improve’ sponsorship

Written by Robert McHugh, on 16th Mar 2018. Posted in Property

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It was announced this week that Bank of Ireland is celebrating the 4th year of sponsorship of home renovation show Room to Improve with the announcement of a number of Home Buying events taking place nationwide this year.

The bank will host a series of Home Buying events throughout the country in 2018. The events will provide financial advice to customers whilst giving insights and advice on home renovation and building.

The popular show featuring architect Dermot Bannon returned to television screens last Sunday (18th February) featuring Daniel O’Donnell and his wife Majella in the first episode. The series features seven episodes in the series as Dermot and Quantity Surveyor Lisa O’Brien develop dream homes for clients in Dublin, Tipperary, Donegal and Waterford.

Speaking about the upcoming events and continued sponsorship of RTÉ’s Room to Improve, Bank of Ireland Head of Mortgages, Shane Quinlan said, "RTÉ’s Room to Improve has a strong and loyal following and we are delighted to partner with the show for the fourth year. As a leading provider of mortgages in Ireland, our continued sponsorship is a natural fit. As part of our commitment to our current and future customers we will be running a number of free events throughout the country where experts can offer practical advice and support in order to help those hoping to renovate, build or buy a home achieve their goal."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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