Pictured above left to right: John Millar, Hon Secretary IBA, Douglas Adams, CEO, Connected Health; Bill Galloway, President IBA; Colin Campbell, Hon Assistant Secretary IBA.
Connected Health today announced that it will be the official sponsor of the Irish Bowling Association for the next three years. The sponsorship will provide financial support for the Association’s programs and events, starting with the Senior Inter Association championships which will be held at Belmont Bowling Club on Friday and Saturday, the 26th and 27th May.
“We are excited to partner with Irish Bowling Association and support their mission to grow the sport of bowling,” said Dougie Adams, CEO of Connected Health. “Bowling is a great activity for people of all ages and skill levels, and we believe that this sponsorship will help to make it even more accessible to everyone and help to build stronger local communities”
As part of the sponsorship, Connected Health will also sponsor the Association’s National Championships and the Irish Cups “Working in partnership with Irish Bowls”, Dougie Adams added, “will showcase Connected Health’s commitment to help people make the most out of life and to help promote physical and mental well being, particularly in later life”
“We are grateful for Connected Health’s support,” said Bill Galloway President of the Irish Bowling Association. “This sponsorship will provide opportunities for people of all ages to unlock the joy and benefit of playing bowls. Our partnership with Connected Health will help our Association to accelerate our plans to grow participation in bowls and to enhance investment into all levels of our game in Ireland.”