Up to €60,000 worth of paint to be given to local communities

‘Paint Your Town Red’ Fleetwood launches Community Colours

by Alison O'Hanlon
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A leading Irish provider of high-quality paint and paint accessories, has unveiled its newest initiative, ‘Community Colours’. Designed to support local community groups and clubs across Ireland, Fleetwood will be giving away up to €1,000 worth of paint daily in May and June. 

Building upon the success of a pilot campaign last year which saw numerous community organisations and sports clubs benefit from Fleetwood paint, this year’s Community Colours initiative promises even greater support for grassroots efforts across the country. 

To participate and nominate a club is free. With every purchase of a Fleetwood product, regardless of the product’s value, customers can nominate their preferred community group or sports club by scanning the QR code available on Fleetwood’s social media platforms and in Fleetwood stockists and uploading a proof of purchase to nominate a deserving winner.

Derek Bryne, Marketing Manager at Fleetwood, said “As an Irish family business deeply rooted in our communities, giving back is ingrained in our values. We are delighted to launch Community Colours, our latest initiative to support and uplift communities, large and small, across the country.

“We are encouraging everyone to nominate their local club or group – it could be a local men’s shed, youth club, gardening committee or a GAA club. Whether through a fresh coat of paint or a helping hand, we are committed to making a positive impact wherever possible.”

Grace Flahive of Ballybunion Sea and Cliff Rescue, who received Fleetwood paint last year, expressed her gratitude for Fleetwood, stating “We are so grateful for Fleetwood’s support and we were delighted to brighten up our premises with the complimentary paint. I would encourage everyone to get involved in this year’s campaign by nominating their community group to win.”

Featured image: ‘Paint Your Town Red’: Éabha Goonery,Nova Taite,Seamus Connelly and Alex McNamee

Photo Julien Behal

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