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Fed members on both sides of the Irish border can cash in on sales of a new magazine previewing the forthcoming GAA Championship season.

Published by the Irish Daily Star on Tuesday, April 12, the 68-page glossy magazine is packed full of interviews and opinion from the Irish Daily Star’s top GAA columnists, plus a Championship wallchart, ahead of what’s expected to be a very exciting GAA Championship.

The magazine will be on sale for six weeks, with a cover price of €4.95 and £4.95 and a retail margin of 25 per cent.

To encourage retailers to promote the magazine, the Daily Star has put up a first prize of an overnight hotel stay with dinner and breakfast (venue tbc), plus €100 and €50 All4One vouchers as runner up prizes, for retailers who send in a photo of their poster display, double facings and counterspace placements where possible.

Please send your photos to brian.murphy@nfrn.org.uk.

Alan Kelly, audience manager at publisher Reach PLC, said: “We would urge retailers not to return their parcel unopened on receipt of delivery, and leave it on sale for the full six-week period.”

Promotional posters will be packed in with your GAA magazine parcels delivered by Newspread.

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