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New appointment to the LaoisToday team

Bob Flavin has joined the LaoisToday team in a Sales and Marketing role

LaoisToday are delighted to announce a new addition to our team.

Bob Flavin has joined the business in a Sales and Marketing role and brings with him a wealth of media experience.

“Bob is extremely digitally savvy and we’re very excited about what he is going to bring to us,” says Steven Miller, owner and managing editor of LaoisToday.

“He will be primarily working in developing and selling our advertising services as we look to build on a very promising first year in business.

“This week marks a year since the LaoisToday site went live for the first time and we’ve built up a massive audience and social media following.

“How people access news has changed hugely in recent times and we’re proud to be offering a quality local service to the Laois community at home and abroad. We’re also looking to provide businesses with new and different ways to advertise online and Bob will be central to that.”

Bob owns Ireland’s biggest car YouTube channel delivering car reviews to over 14 million viewers on the platform as well as being the presenter on the All Revved Up show on Midlands 103.

If you would like to get in touch with Bob you can email bob.flavin@laoistoday.ie or phone 086 3677088.

Sean Hennessy
Sean Hennessy

We are also delighted to welcome Sean Hennessy to the LaoisToday team.

Sean, who is from Ballynolan outside Stradbally, is on a six-month work placement with us from the University of Limerick where he is studying English and History.

With a huge knowledge of the local sporting, farming and property scenes, Sean has already made a huge contribution since joining in January with a number of his stories appearing in our most read stories each week.

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