HOMS Solicitors Fittest Company Challenge
Bon Secours Hospital Great Limerick Run
Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors (HOMS Solicitors) are delighted to be sponsoring the HOMS Solicitors Fittest Company Challenge as part of the Bon Secours Hospital Great Limerick Run which will take place in Limerick on Sunday 6th May 2018.
The Fittest Company Challenge is a fun, friendly and free competition amongst businesses and organisations as part of the Bon Secours Hospital Great Limerick Run on 6th May 2018. John Cleary, Director, Barringtons Hospital Great Limerick Run, said “the Great Limerick Run has become one of the largest participatory events in the country – HOMS Fittest Company Challenge brings another dimension to the event for individuals to compete and achieve their personal goals.“
In 2017, 110 companies of all sizes registered to take part and the competition was intense.
Companies are categorised according to employee numbers with points allocated per employee that cross the finishing line. Each employee who finishes a race, earns points per mile for their company.
The HOMS Solicitors Fittest Company Challenge is about investing in your employees. Research shows that wellness programs improve the health, morale and productivity of employees and enhance communication and loyalty.
Managing Partner, Harry Fehily at HOMS Solicitors said “We are proud to be sponsoring this event for the fifth year running. The Bon Secours Hospital Great Limerick Run is a tremendously positive event for Limerick and it is a positive initiative which promotes a healthy lifestyle for employees and is conducive for team building. This year HOMS Solicitors will have a team of runners ‘Going the Extra Mile’ to raise funds for Temple Street University Children’s Hospital.”
Denise Fitzgerald, Chief Executive, Temple Street Foundation said, “We are delighted and very grateful that HOMS Solicitors has chosen Temple Street Children’s Hospital to be the beneficiary of funds raised by their staff participating in the HOMS Fittest Company Challenge this Spring. These funds will make a real and lasting difference to nearly 1,000 patients who attend Temple Street from County Limerick on a yearly basis. We are thrilled with the support that HOMS staff are giving the hospital and we wish all those taking part the best of luck. Thank-you for taking on this big challenge for our brave little heroes. ”
Contact Maria Gleeson, Business Development Executive, for more information. Maria.firstname.lastname@example.org