Londis renew sponsorship of Ireland’s Fittest Family as the hit family programme returns to our screens
Ireland's Fittest Family
Leading community retailer Londis is delighted to announce that it will sponsor Ireland’s Fittest Family for a fourth year running. RTE’s hit family programme, which reaches the milestone of it’s tenth season this year, returns to our screens on Sunday, October 2nd.
The hugely popular show features presenter Mairead Ronan and a star-studded line up of coaches including Davy Fitzgerald, Anna Geary and Donncha O’Callaghan. New to the coaching line up this year is former jockey and Dancing with the Stars winner Nina Carberry.
Filmed in Kilruddery Estate in Wicklow, 16 of Ireland’s fittest, fastest and strongest families gathered from across all four provinces to compete over the 8 weeks for the title of Ireland’s fittest family in a series of challenges designed to test their physical and mental endurance.
Coach and Ireland’s Fittest Family creator Davy Fitzgerald was on hand today to announce Londis’ renewed sponsorship of the programme. “As we head into the winter of 2022, I hope Irish families are looking forward to and enjoy watching the 10th season of Ireland’s Fittest Family and that it encourages viewers to get active. As always, it is great to have the continued support of a brand like Londis who are rooted in Irish communities.’
Gillian Rigley, Londis Marketing Manager said: “We are delighted to renew our sponsorship of RTE’s Ireland’s Fittest Family for the fourth year. The show is a great fit for Londis, it’s a family show that gives local heroes a chance to represent their families, parishes and counties on the big screen in a healthy, fun and competitive way. We are delighted to continue our support with Ireland’s Fittest Family and looking forward to seeing it back our screens.’
Londis is a family-oriented brand that operates at the heart of communities across Ireland, this sponsorship gives us an exciting platform to promote our healthy eating options and to encourage everyone to be more active.”