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Newry Chamber Raceday at Down Royal Launch Event

The Newry Chamber of Commerce & Trade has booked its own private suite at Down Royal Racecourse on Friday 26th May 2017 for a fantastic social evening of networking and fun. The Main sponsors of this exciting event are American Airlines & British Airways.

‘The world’s largest airline, American Airlines is delighted to be supporting the Newry Chamber of Commerce,’ said Caitriona Toner, American Airlines’ Country Sales Manager for Ireland. This summer, American Airlines flights from Dublin to New York, Chicago, Charlotte and Philadelphia will all feature fully lie-flat seats in Business Class.

Brenda Morgan, Partnership Manager for British Airways said’British Airways is thrilled to support the Newry Chamber of Commerce and to play a role in this exciting event.’British Airways is delighted to introduce a Club Europe offering on our Belfast to London Route, all flights arrive into Heathrow’s award-winning Terminal 5. With up to seven daily flights, customers can continue to enjoy a smoother and quicker connection through the airport or to onward to over 140 destinations worldwide.

Prizes for best dressed gent & best dressed lady, sponsored by Jack Murphy Jewellers will also be awarded on the day. As part of our main prize, each winner will receive a pair of tickets to London from Belfast courtesy of British Airways as well as a designer watch of their choice.

Tickets are priced at £65 per person for members or £75 per person for non members or for a table of 10, it will cost £600 for members and £700 for non members. We hope to harness your support for this exciting event so get your tickets booked early by emailing mary@newry.com and see if you will rein supreme on 26th May.

Pictured L-R: Caitriona Toner, Country Sales Manager of American Airlines, Michael McKeown President of Newry Chamber of Commerce, Brenda Morgan Partnership Manager for British Airways and Mary Meehan CEO of Newry Chamber of Commerce.