Live 95 celebrates recent station events

Seven out of 10 people are listening to Limerick’s Live 95, and station Chief Executive Joe Nash recalls recent highlights for RadioToday.

“In March, Joanne Dillon from Raheen won her very own wedding reception in the ‘Runaway Bride’ competition, ‘Free fuel Friday’ saw hundreds of people head to Tara Oil on the Dock road to win their share of over €4,000 in free fuel and the station sent two lucky listeners to Marseille with flights, accommodation and spending money to enjoy the Heineken Cup Semi-final match between Munster and Toulon.

Over the last few weeks, Live 95FM’s Breakfast Show listeners have battled it out to guess who is ‘Mark and Catriona’s Secret Celebrity’ voice, the prize money is at its highest ever and is over €2,200.  Stay tuned for some clues to help you out.

Live 95FM has kept listeners up to date with all the latest sport and joined forces recently with rugby legends Marcus Horan and Barry Murphy for a ‘live’ panel discussion ahead of Munster’s big semi final clash with Toulon. The sports team were ‘live’ from Marseille all weekend and created an atmosphere that allowed listeners to feel like they were actually in France.

Live 95FM’s comprehensive coverage of every significant event happening in Limerick is unrivalled and that commitment to Limerick is as strong as ever. Stay tuned to Live 95FM for Riverfest coverage right across the May Bank Holiday weekend including ‘Live at the Big Top, the Great Limerick Run, fireworks display and lots more.

We are delighted to maintain our position as the leading radio station in Limerick city and county. We are honoured to continue to serve the listeners of Limerick with a radio service that provides them with music, news, competitions, sport and chat that’s local to the core. We are also grateful for the loyal supporter of our advertisers.

We have more exciting events to come in 2014, including giveaways, covering the Special Olympics Ireland games and following the fortunes of Limerick’s hurlers and footballers this summer. We aim to continue to keep Limerick listeners engaged and entertained.”

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Live 95FM Shadow’s Nichola and Lisa with members of the band the Riptide Movement at an outside broadcast in Adare

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Joanne Dillon winner of the Runaway bride competition with Live 95FM’s JP , Shadows Aisling and Nichola

(Top photo: Live 95FM’s Liam Aherne, Len Dineen, Barry Murphy and Marcus Horan at Clohessys)



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