*Photograph: Gerard O’Neill
Rural Broadband and Telecom service provider Cellnet are proud to partner with The Clare Echo as the main sponsor of their hurling coverage for 2021.
The Ennis based company are excited to be able to connect local communities to sport and rural connectivity is their way of fusing that togetherness county wide.
“The life and soul of Clare is hurling. Everywhere you go, you see someone walking down the street with a hurley. We want to be a part of that. We hope to stand by these teams when we are a big company. We want to support them; we want to be able to sponsor them in future,” outlined Operator Jonathan Cronin and Owner Nick Manowski.
One service Cellnet offers is the ability to amplify signals from your car, something which they hope will make portable broadcasters of all hurling and football enthusiasts and allow fans to send live pictures and updates as games unfold.
“We are not just another corporate entity in an ivory tower, we are that friendly face that’s local. We are here to make sure you get the enjoyment out of your community that you need. It’s great to be able to work with The Clare Echo and be a part of the community,” Nick stated.
Clare Echo Sales Executive Niall O’ Connor said he was delighted to see the partnership come to fruition. “Our sports coverage continues to grow each week, as with all other sections. Cellnet are a local firm like The Clare Echo, where customer service is at the forefront of their philosophy. I would encourage all readers to check out their services in the coming weeks. We would like to wish the Clare hurlers all the best for their campaign and we look forward to bringing you coverage each week, which will hopefully culminate on All-Ireland final day”.