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Chamber Race Night

 

ChamberRaceNight2017

 

Looking to reward staff or treat clients to a night out?

 

Waterford Chamber and Tramore Chamber of Tourism & Commerce have teamed up to host a fun night out at the Tramore August Racing Festival on Friday, 18th August.

 

Following on from the success of last year’s event, this year we are moving to the Main Festival Marquee, where there will be live music from One Horse Pony after racing. The Marquee will be open from 4pm.

 

We are also delighted to have the support of Waterford’s newest drink provider Legacy Irish Craft Cider, who will be offering free sample of their delicious product on the night, as well as BBQ chicken and beef blaas with a selection of salads. We will also have a tipster on hand for the racing – there will be seven national hunt races, starting from 5.15pm.

 

Date: Friday, 18th August

Time: 4.00pm

Venue: Tramore Racecourse

Cost: €35

 

BOOKINGS: Tickets for this event are now completely sold out.

 
Golf Classic 2017

 

Best of luck to all teams at our Golf Classic on 28th July and thanks to all our sponsors. (click image below to enlarge)

 

Golf Classic Teams Sponsors 1

 

 

Prizes sponsored by House of Waterford Crystal. Goodie bags sponsored by Home Instead Senior Care. Tee signs sponsored by Swift Print. Drinks sponsored by Heineken Ireland. Newspapers courtesy of the Irish Times.

 

Golf Classic Sponsors

 
Chamber welcomes Technological Universities Bill fast-track

 

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Waterford Chamber has welcomed Minister of Education and Skills Richard Bruton’s promise that the 2015 Technological Universities Bill will be fast-tracked when the Dail resumes in September.

 

Waterford Chamber continues to be vocal on the need for University status for Waterford and responding to the latest development, Chamber President Paul Nolan said: “We welcome Minister Bruton’s acknowledgment of the urgent need for Universities to provide the necessary talent and innovation required for development within the regions.

 

“With the intended population growth and the continuous skills shortage, now is the time to act and we hope Minister Bruton and his team, including Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor and Minister Halligan will endeavour to get this bill passed without delay.” 

 

 

Calendar of Events 2017

 

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