A county Mayo company will exhibit its business to almost 300,000 people at the National Ploughing Championships next month as part of the Local Enterprise Village.

The initiative of the Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) will see 31 small businesses, one from each LEO, take a stand in the Local Enterprise Village in the heart of the Ploughing Championships.

Collins Plastics, Ballina who are supported by Local Enterprise Office Mayo, design and fabricate a wide range of plastic sheet products.

The business will showcase their existing outdoor range of green houses and veranda kits while also launching their Watch Me Grow Mini Greenhouse range. The Watch Me Grow Mini Greenhouse range is a flat pack self-assembly product that can be assembled in under a minute.

 Nicola Kennedy of LEO Mayo and Liam Collins of Collins Plastics, Ballina have been talking to Midwest News editor Teresa O’Malley about the unique opportunity the National Ploughing Championship exhibition provides for small businesses.

Nicola began by telling Teresa more about this year’s event in Ratheniska…

 

 

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