Mary and Colin drive into 2021 in style

Car winners Colin House and Mary O’Connor collect their new Nissan Juke from David Randles, Director Randles Brothers Nissan Garage Tralee and Killarney (left) Mark Murphy Killarney Credit Union CEO and Marketing Officer Karena McCarthy.
Picture: Michelle Cooper Galvin

MARY O’Connor and Colin House, from Woodlawn in Killarney, will drive into the new year in great style after winning a sleek new Nissan Juke in the Killarney Credit Union members’ draw.

They were thrilled to receive a call from the local branch to inform them of their win and arrangements were put in place for them to collect the keys to their stylish new vehicle.

Current public health guidelines were strictly adhered to when a delighted Mary and Colin arrived at Killarney Credit Union to be presented with their wonderful prize by Chief Executive Officer Mark Murphy.

Killarney Credit Union Marketing Officer, Karena McCarthy, said the branch has over 2,400 members in the draw which is held twice a year with prizes including a new car and cash ranging from €250 to €5,000. The next draw will take place in July 2021.

“Mary and Colin were so excited about their win. It is great to give people such a nice surprise in these current times,” said Karena.

Members can apply to enter the draw at any of the branches in Killarney, Kenmare and Caherciveen or download an application form online www.killarneycu.ie.  A €12 entry fee will be taken from the member’s account twice a year.

The cash prize winners were Eileen Daly, Maria Cionelo, Mary and Patrick O’Keeffe, Mary McCarthy, Mary O’Connor, Daniel J Doona, Elizabeth Crosbie, Mohd Rezaul, Michael J Heavy, Joan and John Culloty and Marie Healy.

The draw was adjudicated by solicitor Eoin Brosnan and Killarney Credit Union Risk and Compliance Manager Shane Foley in the credit union offices.

Karena added: “The draw is limited to members of Killarney Credit Union and anyone over the age of 18 can apply to join for just €2 a month.

“We would encourage members to sign up if they haven’t already done so because, as the saying goes, if you’re not in, you can’t win.”

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