This year Honda are celebrating 30 years in Ireland and to celebrate they have launched an amazing initiative to help raise the profile of local clubs around Ireland stopping off in different counties with the overall winner in each county winning €5,000.

The campaign has kicked off Galway and we headed down to Motorpark for the official launch. The campaign is called Powering Local Dreams and it’s a competition designed to support the local community by telling their stories and granting a €5,000 cash prize to the winning club, group or organization.

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Every community group, club and organization in Galway who celebrates, includes, values, nurtures, shares and enhances their community is welcome to get involved. Simply complete the online application form from Honda, detailing the role and contribution of your group, and how you would use the prize money.

John Saunders, Sales and Marketing Director, Universal Honda Ireland said that

“Honda is operating in Ireland for over 30 years and through our network of locally owned and run dealerships we are right in the heart of the community. We see Powering Local Dreams as an opportunity for us to give back, so I would like to invite every group and organization from all over Galway to take part and formerly wish them all good luck.”

So submit your entry online, or by post, before Friday 29th of July 2016.

Honda’s 3 judges will then shortlist 3 finalists who each will each be profiled online with the opportunity to tell their unique story. Over two weeks from 19th of August to 2nd of September, the public will ultimately decide who the overall winner is by voting for their favorite finalist online. The group with the most public votes wins €5,000.

Best of luck and remember to use #HondaDreams on your social media

 

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