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Hi-vis vests to Tulleyallen Running club

12 May, 2017
Store directors with Tulleyallen running club
David Dowling, Michelle Dowling along with Annmare Brannigan, Emma Kane and Mark Dowling from Tulleyallen running club

Specsavers Drogheda has donated 100 hi-viz vests to members of the Tulleyallen Running Club as part of a Road Safety Awareness initiative which aims to keep locals safe on Irish roads throughout the year.

Local running club

Fiona O’Donnell, store director of Specsavers Drogheda said: ‘We’re delighted to be able to donate these vests to members of local running club Tulleyallen. Motorists often find it hard to see pedestrians wearing dark clothes at night or when visibility is poor and so it is vital that locals are easily seen.’

Road safety

Specsavers Drogheda also promotes road safety through their Drive Safe campaign, which calls for all drivers to have regular eye tests in order to be safe on the roads.

Pictured at the presentation of the jackets are club member David Dowling, store supervisor Michelle Dowling, along with Annmarie Brannigan, Emma O'Kane, and Mark Dowling from Tulleyallen Running Club.

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