Ronan McCullagh, Mike McGrath, Michael Callanan and Steven Flint of Cork Deaf Enterprises collecting their new van from Johnson & Perrott Opel in Douglas with JPMG CEO Mark Whitaker.

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The Cork-based social enterprise has had its branding renewed as well as a major upgrade of its long-serving 2007 van.

Mark Whitaker, CEO, Johnson & Perrott Motor Group said: “When Cork Deaf Enterprises came to us looking for assistance in upgrading their 2007 van, it was a great opportunity for us to support a wonderful social enterprise in the heart of our community.”

He continued: “Working with Coolgrey Creative Agency, we helped them renew their branding, which will now be rolled-out across all of their marketing and customer touchpoints - a great endeavour that we are honoured to be associated with.”

Cork Deaf Enterprises trains and employs individuals with hearing difficulties to provide top quality re-upholstering and French-polishing from its workshops in Ballinlough.

The enterprise is Ireland's only dedicated employer of the deaf and hard of hearing community.

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