Ah sure- we all love Tayto, and Mr Tayto is coming to everyone's fave GAA ground, Croke Park, this Sunday 14th.
The press release reads; This Sunday, 14th July, Meath GAA senior football team, sponsored by Tayto Park, take on Dublin in the Leinster Senior Football Final in Croke Park. Mr. Tayto and the Tayto Park bus will be at Croke Park handing out thousands of bags of Tayto crisps to supporters as they make their way to the grounds.
Mr. Tayto Goes To Croke ParkThis Sunday, 14th July at 2pm in Croke Park, Meath GAA Senior Football team, sponsored by Tayto Park, take on Dublin in the Leinster Senior Football Final. Mr. Tayto and the Tayto Park bus will be at Croke Park to show some Tayto love to supporters as they make their way to the grounds. Thousands of bags of Tayto Cheese & Onion, Salt & Vinegar, Smokey Bacon and Prawn Cocktail will be handed out by Mr. Tayto and his merry band of followers.
In October 2012 Tayto Park was unveiled as the Official Sponsor of the Meath County GAA in a two-year deal. The sponsorship covers all four Inter county Football teams – Senior, Under 21, Minor and Junior.
(Meath footballer Graham Reilly, Meath goal keeper Paddy O’Rourke, Mr Tayto, Meath Captain Kevin Reilly and Tayto Park employee and Meath footballer Bryan Menton)
Raymond Coyle, creator of Tayto Park and a native of Meath said today, “We are immensely proud of the Meath GAA Senior Football team. As Tayto Park is located in the heart of Meath, this is a perfect sponsorship for us and we wish Mick and the entire senior panel the very best of luck this Sunday".
(Tayto Park employee and Meath footballer Bryan Menton, Mr Tayto, Meath Captain Kevin Reilly, Meath goal keeper Paddy O’Rourke (yellow jersey) and Meath footballer Graham Reilly)
Tayto Park receives thousands of visitors each year and earlier this week a few Meath Senior team players, including recent man of the match Graham Reilly, Meath goal keeper Paddy O’Rourke, Tayto Park employee and Meath footballer Byran Menton and Meath Captain Kevin Reilly met with Tayto Park Keeper Aishling Power.
(Meath goal keeper Paddy O’Rourke with Barney the Barn Owl and Tayto Park Keeper Aishling Power)
Meath Manager, Mick O’Dowd said, “To have the support of Ray and his team at Tayto Park is vital for the ongoing growth of Meath GAA ”.
Kevin meet Kevin! - Meath Captain Kevin Reilly meets his name sake 'Kevin', the newest addition to the Meerkat family who was born in Tayto Park recently.
For Tayto Park opening hours and ticket prices log onto www.taytopark.ie