Leading Irish Vehicle Leasing Specialist Joins the Cavalcade at Ireland’s Women’s International Cycle Race
Johnson & Perrott Fleet has partnered with women’s international stage cycle race Rás na mBan to supply race support vehicles throughout the five-day event for a total of over 400km of international road racing.
The 16th edition of the race begins in Kilkenny tomorrow, Wednesday, 7th September with a 74km road race from Kilkenny city to Callan with Johnson & Perrott vehicles ahead of the race and embedded in the following cavalcade.
Rás na mBan 2022 will feature over 100 riders from 13 nations representing 22 teams in six separate stages spread over five days.
Johnson & Perrott Fleet will support the event with cars and vans in a first collaboration with one of Ireland’s top international sports events for women.
In announcing the partnership, Jonathan O’Brien, Managing Director of Johnson & Perrott Fleet said:
“We are delighted to announce that Johnson & Perrott Fleet will supply Rás na mBan with vehicles throughout the five days of this wonderful event.
“Rás na mBan is the epitome of commitment, focus, speed, quick decision making and flexibility – all qualities which are complementary to our brand values.
“Cycle racing in general, and Rás na mBan in particular, is a perfect forum to showcase Johnson & Perrott Fleet’s diverse range of vehicles and the solutions we can deliver for our clients.”
“We look forward to a fruitful association and wish all the riders, team staff and event organisers a successful week of racing in what is the most inspiring annual Irish sports event.”
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About Johnson & Perrott
Founded in 1985, Johnson & Perrott Fleet has been providing contract hire, leasing and fleet management solutions to businesses throughout Ireland for over 30 years.
Operating from South City Business Park in Tallaght, Johnson & Perrott Fleet manages a fleet of almost 1,800 cars and commercial vehicles for both domestic and international customers, ranging from blue chip multinationals leasing over one hundred vehicles to home grown SME’s with less than five.