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Tuesday 17 July 2018

Thousandaire event aims to raise money for Ballycanew/Ballyoughter Development Association

Front: Tom Shanahan, Pallas Marketing; Aislinn Dunne, Mick Doyle, Ballycanew-Ballyoughter Community Development Association chairman and Peggy Byrne. Back row: Michael Hamilton, Diarmuid Devereux, Des Carter, Cathaoirlach Cllr Joe Sullivan, Paul Swaine and Declan Kenny
Front: Tom Shanahan, Pallas Marketing; Aislinn Dunne, Mick Doyle, Ballycanew-Ballyoughter Community Development Association chairman and Peggy Byrne. Back row: Michael Hamilton, Diarmuid Devereux, Des Carter, Cathaoirlach Cllr Joe Sullivan, Paul Swaine and Declan Kenny

Sara Gahan

A fun and thrilling night is promised along with the chance to win thousands with the Ballycanew-Ballyoughter Community Development Association 'Who Wants to be a Thousandaire' event.

The 'Who Wants to be a Thousandaire' show, created by Pallas Marketing, has attracted large audiences all over Ireland over the past 16 years. Now for the first time Ballycanew/Ballyoughter will have its opportunity to play for big money on Saturday, May 5, at 8 p.m., in the Ashdown Park Hotel.

Ten lucky contestants will be drawn exclusively from the audience on May 5 to have the opportunity to play for €1,000 on the night.

With the well-loved '50/50' and 'Ask the Audience' favourites along with video-linked 'Phone a Friend' option to assist in answering the more difficult questions, 'Who Wants to be a Thousandaire' is the full game show experience from start to finish.

CEO of Gorey Chamber of Commerce Diarmuid Devereux said all proceeds will go towards local facilities in Ballycanew.

Gorey Guardian

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