The Curragh

Nestled in one of the oldest natural grasslands in Europe, the Curragh Racecourse boasts a wealth of rich, centuries-old history and has justifiably cemented itself at the heart of the Irish bloodstock industry. After a highly successful partnership in 2012, eFlow are looking forward to a committed relationship with The Curragh Racecourse in 2013, and are delighted to announce that all eFlow rewardcard holders will have exclusive access to offers for the entire race season. To mark this continued partnership Evan Arkwright, Commercial Manager at the Curragh Racecourse said:

"Our partnership with eFlow has allowed us to launch a variety of initiatives to benefit their loyal customer base. I am pleased to say that the response has been very positive. Keep an eye out on our page for more great deals throughout the season."

Throughout 2013, eFlow rewardcard holders can avail of fantastic offers in The Curragh Racecourse with their eFlow rewardcard. Speaking about the new relationship, Simon McBeth, Director of Communications and Customer Relations at eFlow said;

"We are delighted to support racing at the Curragh. Many of our registered customers are race-goers and I hope many more will enjoy the sport this season."

eFlow will also add our name to the prestigious International Stakes and the Apprentice Derby through our title sponsorship ‘The eFlow Rewardcard Derby Friday’ at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby Festival taking place in June.

The eFlow events team will be on hand on the day to give race attendees the opportunity to participate in an array of competitions with fantastic prizes up for grabs.

Last year some lucky winners won tickets to a Chelsea home game and a luxury break away.

For more information on all race days download the Curragh information brochure or to see what races are taking place click here.

Be sure to check out all associated offers using your eFlow rewardcard.


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