Rowing Ireland and MG Motor Ireland are delighted to announce their strategic partnership aimed at promoting a shared vision of innovation, performance, and community engagement.

As part of the partnership, MG Motor Ireland will become the official vehicle partner of Rowing Ireland, supporting their initiatives to drive awareness and participation in the sport while also championing sustainable mobility solutions. With a shared commitment to innovation and progress, this partnership aims to inspire individuals to embrace a healthy and active lifestyle while promoting environmentally friendly transportation options.

“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Rowing Ireland,” said Natasha Maher, Marketing and PR Manager at MG Motor Ireland. “This collaboration signifies our commitment to supporting Irish sports and our belief in the values that rowing embodies – teamwork, determination, and passion. We look forward to working closely with Rowing Ireland to further promote the sport and contribute to its growth at all levels.”

MG Motor Ireland’s advanced automotive technology and commitment to sustainability align perfectly with Rowing Ireland’s values, as both organisations prioritise the pursuit of excellence, innovation, and environmental consciousness. Together, they aim to create a positive impact on the rowing community and society as a whole.

Speaking about the partnership, Lawrence Salonen, Commercial Executive at Rowing Ireland, said, “We are delighted to welcome MG Motor Ireland as our official vehicle partner. This partnership represents an exciting opportunity to further develop our sport and we look forward to working together to inspire and engage rowing enthusiasts throughout the country.”

Both Rowing Ireland and MG Motor Ireland are excited about the future prospects of this partnership and the positive impact it will have on rowing in Ireland. By combining their expertise, resources, and passion, they are confident in their ability to elevate the sport to new heights and inspire a new generation of rowers.