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AIG Insurance celebrate the start of the 2015 GAA season with discounted home insurance offer
Customers can avail of 12 months home insurance for the price of 10*
AIG Insurance is celebrating the start of the 2015 GAA season by offering discounted home insurance to Dublin supporters. All new home insurance customers can avail of twelve months cover for the price of ten, representing a saving of 17% of the annual premium. In addition, customers who already have their car insured with the official sponsor of Dublin GAA can save up to an additional 20% off a home insurance policy.
The offer was launched by Dublin senior footballer Cian O’Sullivan, senior hurler David O’Callaghan, ladies footballer Noelle Healy and camogie player Ali Twomey at AIG Insurance’s Dublin headquarters this morning. This is the second year of AIG’s sponsorship of Gaelic games in Dublin across all codes.
Supporters can take advantage of the discounted home insurance offer by calling 1890 50 27 27 or by logging on to www.aig.ie/dubs.
AlG Insurance are also launching a new fun social media competition that will allow Dublin supporters to show their pride in their county. To enter Dublin GAA fans just need to take photos of themselves in locations that they feel sum up Dublin. Post your best picture to Twitter using #DublinOurHome and tag @AIGIreland. The best photo will be chosen by AIG Ambassador Bernard Brogan and the winner will receive a sports voucher for €200. Entries will be accepted from today until January 31st.
The Dublin senior footballers get their league campaign underway with a trip to Cork on Sunday, February 1st, the same day that the senior ladies footballers open their league schedule at home against Monaghan. The senior hurlers play their first league game under new manager Ger Cunningham against Tipperary on Sunday, February 15th at Parnell Park and the senior camogie team get their league season up and running away to Armagh on Sunday, March 8th.
General Manager of AIG Insurance in Ireland, Declan O’Rourke said; “2014 was a hugely successful beginning to AIG Insurance’s sponsorship of all codes of Gaelic games in Dublin.
“Dublin teams enjoyed success at league, provincial and All-Ireland levels and we’re hopeful that all the teams can surpass that success this year.
“2014 also allowed AIG to offer a range of discounts to Dublin supporters. We want to ensure we are doing everything possible to allow those supporters to get behind the Dublin teams and that will continue in the twelve months ahead starting with today’s announcement.
“We’ll also continue to be very visible at Dublin games; we’ll continue our ticket and flag give aways and we’ll also be introducing new initiatives such as the #DublinOurHome social media campaign. There’ll be plenty of other campaigns and competitions throughout 2015.
“I’d like to take the chance to wish Dublin teams at all levels and across all codes the very best of luck for the year. All of us at AIG Insurance are very excited about what lies ahead in 2015.
“Finally, a word of condolence to the family and friends of the late Andy Kettle with whom we would have worked very closely in our time as Dublin GAA’s official sponsor. Andy was a gentleman throughout our dealings with him and is fondly remembered by everyone at AIG”.
Commenting at the launch, Dublin GAA County Board Secretary John Costello said: “Everyone involved in Dublin GAA is really looking forward to the upcoming season. It’s an exciting time of the year with renewed hope for all our teams across 2015. We’d like to thank AIG Insurance for all they have done so far as our sponsors and, having seen their plans for the year ahead, supporters have lots to look forward to”.
This is the second year of AIG’s sponsorship of Dublin GAA following the announcement of a five year partnership in late 2013.The agreement sees AIG Insurance sponsoring the county’s hurling, football, ladies football and camogie teams at all levels. This is the first time in Dublin GAA history that all codes have been united under one sponsor.
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