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Subaru sponsors Flying Fifteen sailing

Wednesday, 21st November, 2018 3:51pm

Subaru is now the main sponsor and vehicle partner of the Flying Fifteen World Championships 2019 to be held from 2 to 13 September next year in Ireland.

As well as announcing the sponsorship of the Flying Fifteen World Championships, Subaru becomes a sponsor and corporate vehicle partner of the National Yacht Club.

Speaking at the launch on 23 October, held at the National Yacht Club, Commodore Ronan Beirne said: “The National Yacht Club is delighted to partner with Subaru as the club's vehicle partner and for the Flying Fifteen World Championships to take place in September 2019. Subaru is a quality brand and to endorse the National Yacht Club as vehicle partner and for the Flying Fifteen world championship hosted by the Club allows us to share the Subaru brand definition of ‘Confidence in Motion’ as our members enjoy sailing and as the National Yacht Club prepares for the only world sailing championships to take place in Irish waters in 2019.”

Subaru has a range of versatile, safe and capable ‘go anywhere’ life-style Subaru AWD vehicles, like the new XV Crossover, new Impreza, Forester, Outback, BRZ and Levorg models.

Sean Dunne, Director, Subaru Ireland said: “We are very proud to become a partner of the National Yacht Club and excited to be the main sponsor and vehicle partner of the Flying Fifteen World Championships next year. Our historical association with the NYC Sailing Club goes back to the last time the Subaru F15 World Championships were held in Ireland in 2003.

“The association with NYC adds to our growing portfolio of sponsorships that includes Dublin GAA, TG4 and Monkstown Hockey Club. We were delighted that two members from the All-Ireland winning Dublin football team, Con O’Callaghan and Eoghan O’Gara, joined us for the announcement in the National Yacht Club.

“See you on the water next year for the Subaru F15 World Championships 2019.”

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