We’re inspiring the people of Ireland to keep prosperity in their communities by supporting local businesses
Ireland’s small and medium businesses employ 65% of people in Ireland. Our prosperity depends on theirs.
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Champion Green Week is finally here which is all about supporting our local businesses.
We have made it easy by asking businesses all over Ireland to share great deals for only €10. Click on the button below to view our Top Treats For €10
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As a individual supporter you can pledge to Shop Consciously, Seek Out Local Businesses & Shout About Them!
As a business supporter you can pledge to Highlight Local Products, Partner Locally & Commit to Sustainability
Congratulations on setting up this wonderful initiative. We have just pledged our support as a small, local business.
Elite Event Management – Box of Smiles
What a great initiative from Champion Green. Practical, doable and it’s a win win for all of us. We’re in from all the team at Vow here in co Meath.
Vow Vapour Water
Just love this idea. As a business that facilitates small Irish food producers to prepare their food in fully HSE compliant kitchens, I am always looking for ways to support these hard working people. Well done.
Alison & Brian Watson
Thanks for starting a super initiative to get us all supporting each other. Every tiny sale helps small independent businesses like ours.
He Designs, She Prints
John Hanly & Co.
We are strongly behind the #ChampionGreen campaign, an excellent initiative to support Irish businesses and to encourage everyone to shop local. The Irish customer will be even more important than ever to us over the next number of years. They will be the lifeblood of the Irish economy