Galway Advertiser 2010/GA_2010_03_18/GA_1803_E1_016.pdf
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March 18 2010
Best Price for Gold in Galway
Local Galway Company Wins 1st Place in the Pat Kenny Radio Show Survey
A recent survey conducted by Pat Kenny's Today Show on RTE Radio One found that Galway based ForgottenGold.com pays more than any other national gold recycling service. With gold prices reaching an all time high, now is the time to get the best price for your old gold. ForgottenGold.com topped the poll paying up to 17% more than competitors. "We're delighted to have been recognised as the best national gold recycling service." Niall Marren, Managing Director of ForgottenGold.com said. "Our Team in Galway work very hard to give our customers the best price and service possible." Marren commented. "Our customers trust us with their gold recycling and that is something we take very seriously." Ireland's largest and most experienced Gold recycling service gives the following tips for selling your old Gold: 1. Get the Best Price: Ensure you deal with ForgottenGold.com, your local Galway company, to get the best price in Ireland. 2. Only deal with professional Gold Buyers: Ensure the company you choose have the expertise and knowledge to assess your gold correctly. 3. Use Ireland's No. 1 Company: For complete peace of mind you should use Ireland's No. 1 gold recycling service. Drop In Today You can get an instant valuation by calling to the ForgottenGold.com head office in the Galway Technology Centre, IDA Business Park, Mervue, Galway (located beside Bank of Ireland Mervue.) Lo-Call Call ForgottenGold in Galway on lo-call 1890 350 350 or (091) 704842.
Coleen Brady models a Lady Gaga-inspired lace body stocking customised by GTI fashion student Sharon Flynn at the launch in Born on Monday evening of the GTI Fashion Fiesta which takes place from May 10 -14. Photo:-Mike Shaughnessy.
Galway Film Centre to host information evenings on ID Projects
BY KERNAN ANDREWS The Galway Film Centre will hold two free information evenings for community groups that would like to take part in the ID Projects programme. ID Projects offer groups an exciting opportunity to make their own documentary based on the theme of identity, with the help of a professional documentary maker. The film centre, the Arts Council, and the Galway city and county councils will hold a free information evening in the Westside Library, Tuesday March 30 at 6pm and in the Ballinasloe Library, Wednesday March 31 at 4pm. For more information and application forms please contact Nuala at the Galway Film Centre at 091 - 770748 or email projects@galwayfilmcentr e.ie
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