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Official launch of Glennon Brothers’ sponsorship of Longford GAA


Glennon Brothers and the Longford County GAA Board launched their new sponsorship agreement of Longford GAA. The three year sponsorship will be in place for the beginning of the 2012 season and will run through to the end of the 2014 season.


The agreement covers full sponsorship of Longford GAA football and hurling teams and includes all grades from minor to senior inter-county over the next three years.


Mike and Pat Glennon, Directors Glennon Brothers, pictured with county senior players displaying the new county jersey - John Keegan, Dermot Brady, Enda Williams and Shane Mulligan at the launch in Aras Ui Bhriain.


Mike and Pat Glennon, Directors Glennon Brothers, pictured with staff members of Glennon Brothers Longford at the launch in Aras Ui Bhriain.



The Glennon Brothers Group has been manufacturing high-quality timber products since 1913, and is now the premier name in the Irish and UK timber processing industry. Through its plants in Ireland and Scotland, the firm offers a one-stop-shop solution, supplying both the Irish and UK markets with volume products for the construction, pallet wood and fencing industries. This one-stop-shop approach ensures the firm continues to push the boundaries of machinery and technology to produce home grown timber to the highest international standards.


The Glennon Brothers Group is also a leading provider of quality timber frame homes and engineered roof trusses in Ireland and the UK, through Dempsey Timber Engineering (DTE) based in Arklow, and Alexander Timber Design based in Troon.


DTE provides innovative solutions for sustainable buildings and it specialises in the supply and installation of timber frame homes to one off self builders and to the construction industry (www.dte.ie).


The Group is committed to reducing its impact on the environment and has gained Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification for its products across all timber processing sites that they are sourced from sustainably managed forests.