New Nenagh Chamber of Commerce committee vows to ‘regain trust of business community’

Nenagh and District Chamber of Commerce’s new committee has vowed to “regain the trust and the support of the entire business community of the town”.

Nenagh and District Chamber of Commerce’s new committee has vowed to “regain the trust and the support of the entire business community of the town”.

“We hope we can re-establish the Chamber of Commerce as a vehicle for the betterment and development of a thriving and prosperous Nenagh into the 21st century,” said a chamber spokesman in a statement.

The new committee also promised to encourage economic propsperity by supporting in whatever way it can the businesses already in existence and to promote Nenagh as a location for new businesses.

It also wants to be a strong voice for the business community and to promote the town as a shopping / leisure destination.

“We aim to establish closer links between busineses in town, to win back shoppers to our streets and to keep them coming back,” the spokesman said.

The new committee is made up of Denis Finnerty, president; Jim Mcloughney, secretary; Alexis Kelly, treasurer, and Odhran Ducie, PRO. Hugh Moloney is oversight auditor.