‘Fitting sponsorship’ of Northern Ireland Open announced.

‘Fitting sponsorship’ of Northern Ireland Open announced.
Jul 2016

Marcon has continued its sponsorship of the 2016 Tayto Northern Ireland Open in Partnership with Ulster Bank at Galgorm Castle from July 28-31.

Supporting one of NI’s top sporting events was an easy decision for Mark McElroy, Director at Marcon.

“We are pleased to renew our association with the NI Open as one of the event’s main sponsors.  As our business continues to grow it is wonderful to see the stature of this tournament grow as well.  Golf has never been so popular and the NI Open is now firmly established as one of top events in the local sporting calendar.”

As one of the UK and Ireland’s leading fit-out specialists, Marcon operates in a wide range of sectors such as hospitality, retail, commercial and museum/heritage.  At the NI Open Marcon will utilise the skills of their craftsmen to form many of the display structures on Galgorm Castle estate and in particular within the NI Open Village, corporate hospitality and grandstand areas.

The NI Open is increasingly recognised as one of the highlights of the European Challenge Tour, with an all-time attendance record set last year at 39,423 spectators.

Welcoming Marcon on board, Ross Oliver, Event Manager of the NI Open said, “We are delighted to have Marcon on board again in 2016, it is fantastic to have sustained support from such a successful local company.”

“Marcon joins an ‘A List’ of corporate supporters whose support is essential to our success. It is thanks to their investment and expertise that we are able to stage an event of international calibre and reputation that visitors flock to in their thousands, featuring big names like Michael Hoey, Damien McGrane and Peter Lawrie, as well as up and coming stars Chris Selfridge, Ruaidhri McGee and Cormac Sharvin.”

Tickets for the NI Open are available by registering at www.niopen.golf.

Image Caption above: Ross Oliver, Event Manager, NI Open and Mark McElroy, Director, Marcon.