Cavanagh Hooper Dolan Insurances Ltd say they would like to thank everyone who visited their stand at the Skipper Expo Int. Galway on the 8th and 9th of March 2019.
The company says: “We had a very busy and successful show this year. It was great to see the fantastic attendance from visitors and the great displays from the exhibitors.
“Cavanagh Hooper Dolan Insurances were delighted to meet up with our existing customers at the show. We appreciate you calling to visit us at our stand. It is great opportunity to discuss business face-to-face.
“We made a lot of new contacts and gained a lot of new experiences by being sponsors of the 15th annual Skipper Expo in Galway. It has been a great opportunity for Cavanagh Hooper Dolan Insurances. We would like to thank Hugh, Sharon and the team at Mara Media for their support in this venture for us.
“We would also like to thank everyone who participated in our raffle. Congratulations to the winners!
1st prize was won by Patrick O’Grady from Louisburgh.
This prize was a marine safety hamper which included a Mullion Compact Supreme 150 lifejacket, a man overboard recovery ladder, a 100L waterproof bag, VHF handheld radio, LED torch and other items.
2nd prize was won by Derek Edmund from Portavogie.
This prize was a fourball in Druids Glen Golf Club sponsored by Aviva Insurance Ireland DAC.
“Cavanagh Hooper Dolan Insurances Ltd provide a range of insurance products for areas in the marine environment such as pleasure craft, passenger vessels, ferries, workboats, chartered angling, rowing clubs, marinas and marine trades.
“We look after the needs of owners and crews with a competitive range of personal products. We know how busy our clients are so we can help take the stress, time and work out of shopping the market for personal products like Health, Car, Van, House, farm and travel insurance, etc. Our professionally trained staff can explain the differences in features and benefits in the products offered.”
Cavanagh Hooper Dolan Insurances Limited is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.