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Cork Rebel Tour Sponsors

The Cork Rebel Tour would not be possible each year without the support of sponsors and volunteers from clubs, communities and organisations throughout the Beara Peninsula. 

Sponsor Profile 2017
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Sport Ireland plans, leads and co-ordinates the sustainable development of competitive and recreational sport in Ireland.

Sport Ireland's vision is one where:

  • sport contributes to enhancing the quality of Irish life and everyone is encouraged and valued in sport;
  • young people see sport participation as an integral and enjoyable part of their busy lives;
  • individuals can develop their sporting abilities and enhance their enjoyment, limited only by their talent and commitment;
  • Irish sportsmen and women achieve consistent world-class performance, fairly.


The Irish Sports Council (now Sport Ireland) was established on 1 July 1999 under the Irish Sports Council Act and is a statutory authority comprising of nine major divisions including; Anti-Doping, Coaching Ireland, Corporate Services, High Performance, Irish Institute of Sport, Local Sports Partnerships, National Governing Bodies, Organisational Development & Change, National Trails Office and Research. 

Website: http://www.sportireland.ie/ 
Social Media

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sportireland/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/sportireland

Message to Participants:  

Speaking at the launch, John Treacy, CEO of Sport Ireland said, “We are delighted to be bringing the Sport Ireland Cycle Series around the country for the summer.

I would encourage everyone, no matter what your ability of cycling to take part. There is a fantastic array of routes to choose from and I have seen what a great day out this can be for family and friends. I look forward to seeing you all over the next few months.”

 

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Cork County Council is a Local Authority with 2,300 employees and 55 Elected Members serving in excess of 400,000 people throughout Cork County, the largest County in Ireland.

In addition to its core services, the Local Authority plays a significant role as a leader and facilitator in the development of Economic Development and Tourism in conjunction with many stakeholders.

Website:  www.corkcoco.ie
Social Media:

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/CorkCoCo 

Twitter: www.twitter.com/@corkcoco

Message to Participants   

Best wishes to the organisers, participants and volunteers taking part in the Sport Ireland Rebel Tour of Cork 2017. 

While taking part in the cycle enjoy the dramatic land and seascapes along the Wild Atlantic Way, in West Cork. 

For generations, artists, makers and producers have been inspired by this coastline.

 

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Bantry Bay Port Company is situated on the south coast Ireland operating within four main industries in Bantry Bay, such as Aquaculture, Oil Transhipment, Stone Export and Tourism.

The majority of ships calling at the port are bulk cargo and tankers, however an increased number of cruise liners anchor either off Glengarriff or in Bantry Inner Harbour, bringing a welcome boost to local tourism in the area.

In 2016 Bantry Bay Port Company commenced the new Bantry Inner Harbour Development. This development marks the start of the regeneration of Bantry inner harbour which is in keeping with the total Inner Harbour Development scheme.

As well as providing a more sheltered harbour environment and marina with increased water depth, the development will also see the pier facilities improved and a new quayside area which will support and promote fishing and tourism activities in the Bantry area. This new facility is due to open in August 2017.

Website: www.bantrybayport.com
Social Media  Twitter: https://twitter.com/PortofCork
Message to Participants:

Good luck to all those cyclists taking part in the Sport Ireland Rebel Cycle 2017.

Many of our own staff and customers have taken part in this cycle in previous years and feedback says it is one of the most scenic cycles in Ireland as well as a great challenge. We hope you enjoy the cycle and take some time to enjoy the local area. Well done for taking part!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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