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Reach Solutions Summer Sundown fun with NI clients and agencies!

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13th Oct 2022

Last week, publisher Reach hosted a Summer Sundown to celebrate the opening of its new offices located in Rosemary Street, Belfast City Centre.

Over 60 people from 13 ad agencies and numerous direct clients in Northern Ireland packed into Waterman in Cathedral Quarter, Belfast for an exclusive evening of entertainment including live music by the Kieran McKillop band, spot prizes, courtyard BBQ, drinks and craic!

The night itself was held and hosted by award winning and well-known chef Niall McKenna at his newest restaurant, Waterman.

The night rounded up with a few spot prizes including an exclusive evening with Niall McKenna at the Cookery School for one lucky individual and three friends as well as four £50 gift vouchers for the Waterman restaurant itself. Well done to Joanne McKendry from Mammoth on winning the Cookery School spot prize and to Ciaran Mullan from Rumour Mill Creative Communications, Pauline Moore from Adhaus, Steven Johnson from Adhaus and Tory Anderson from Ardmore on winning the £50 gift vouchers.

The event doubled up as a celebratory thank you to mark the publisher’s growth and thank all clients and agencies who have and continue to support the bright future of all brands both print and digital. Belfast Live is continuing to grow from strength to strength and has become Northern Ireland’s biggest commercial news site. Belfast Live is now reaching 54% of the entire online population, which is significantly higher than any of its competitors (Source, Ipsos Iris May 2022)

Commenting on the success of the event, Commercial Director, Jonathan Eakin said:

“We were delighted to have so many of our business partners join us at the wonderful Waterman Restaurant. Niall and his team were fantastic hosts and the food was out of this world. It was the first event we’ve hosted since before the pandemic and it was great to see everyone again in a fabulous venue.”

View a gallery of pictures from the night here: