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Search On For Friendliest Business

JCI launchPictured at the launch of the Junior Chambers Ireland (JCI) Fingal Friendly Business Awards at Swords Castle are Clodagh Murray (JCI), Paul Reid (Chief Executive Fingal County Council), Aisling Brady (JCI), Conor Daly (President JCI), County Mayor Cllr Mary McCamley, Senator James Reilly and James Doyle (JCI)

Junior Chambers Ireland (JCI) Fingal is searching for the area’s Friendliest Business. Do you know a business that makes you smile every time you use their service? If you do, don’t keep it a secret, nominate them for the JCI Ireland Friendly Business Awards Competition. Recently, the search for Fingal’s friendliest business kicked off in Swords Castle. The launch was attended by County Mayor Cllr Mary McCamley along with Paul Reid, Chief Executive of Fingal County Council, Senator Dr James Reilly, and JCI Fingal members.

The JCI Fingal Friendly Business Awards seeks to recognise the important role played by small and medium businesses in the continuous development and improvement of our economy and local communities. The competition aims to reward businesses that go the extra mile and provide an outstanding service to their customers and their community at large. It is particularly important in this economic environment to highlight businesses that don’t allow their standards to slip and continue to provide quality services.

Conor Daly, President of JCI Fingal said: ‘We are delighted to be returning with the JCI Fingal Friendly Business Awards for 2017. The awards see small to medium businesses in the Fingal area receive the recognition they deserve.