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Toyota Ireland announce support for Age Action Ireland

Toyota provide a Proace to support them.

Toyota are delighted to be involved with Age Action Ireland and the excellent work they do.

Toyota Ireland are delighted to announce their support for Age Action Ireland, presenting them with a new Proace van.

Cathal Ryan, Fleet Sales Manager, Toyota Ireland, commented: “We are really happy to be involved with Age Action Ireland and the excellent work they do. They continue to offer invaluable information and education services to older people, not to mention their Care & Repair Service which carries out practical repair jobs peoples homes. Their hard work and dedication ensure older people receive the care and respect we all deserve"

Lorraine Fitzsimons, Deputy CEO, Age Action Ireland commented: “We are delighted with Toyota’s support of Age Action and especially our Care & Repair Programme. Toyota have a real appreciation of the important service which we provide.  This new vehicle will allow us to reach out to more people who require our services, and provide practical help to older people around the country"

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