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Darrara Community Council, Co Cork

Darrara Community Centre held a Thousandaire fundraising event

€34,000 raised.

“Who wants to be a Thousdandaire” raised €34,000 for us. The support from Pallas marketing was exceptional and the show itself was fantastic – what a night!. I would recommend Pallas marketing to anyone – they are professionals when it comes to fundraising”

Yvonne McCarthy, Darrara Community Council.


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Davidstown Courtnacuddy GAA Club, Co Wexford

Davidstown/ Courtnacuddy GAA- fundraising night


Our club wanted to expand by buying a field beside the club. Thousandaire was recommended to us by another club and we sent an enquiry to Pallas marketing. We met with George McGrath who gave us a thorough presentation on how to fundraise professionally. Within a few minutes at the first meeting, we could see how far Pallas Marketing’s experience was far superior to all other options and we didnt hesitate as we wanted to be the next club in Wexford to run Thousandaire. We were up and running immediately and the advice and support we received was just superb. We ran the show on May 7th 2016 in the Riverside in Enniscorthy and we packed the place ! What a buzz when we announced that we had raised over €61,000 – I would recommend Pallas Marketing to any club

Alan O’Connor, Davidstown Courtnacuddy GAA Club, Co Wexford
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Galway Hurling Board

Galway Hurling Board fundraising event night

€52,000 raised.

I ran Thousandaire a few years ago for our club and we raised over €30,000. I recommended it to our hurling board and we ran ‘Who wants to be a Five Thousandaire’. It was some buzz when contestants were going for five grand!. The €52,000 raised was so important to our hurlers who went all the way to the All Ireland final afterwards.

Jarlath Cloonan, Galway Hurling Board.