Naas Racecourse Sponsor Miss Kildare Finalist Alannah Pardy
Naas Racecourse are delighted to sponsor Alannah Pardy who will run as a Miss Kildare finalist in this year’s Miss Ireland virtual competition.
Alannah Pardy is a 21 year old college student studying Digital Media and Marketing in WIT College, Waterford. Alannah has been a competitive footballer playing at club and county level. The Kill, Co.Kildare native believes any sport can have a huge impact amongst Girls mental health and wellbeing. Alannah is also passionate about helping others and has been involved with numerous charities including Spina bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland, Enable Ireland and Temple Street.
Alannah Pardy commented: “I am very excited and grateful to be taking part in the Miss Kildare Finals and I hope to do Naas Racecourse and my county proud. Naas Racecourse are fantastic sponsors and a huge part of my community. I am very excited to be working with them in the upcoming weeks. I believe Miss Ireland will be a great personal experience and a fantastic platform to promote topics close to my heart and believe being out of my comfort zone in this competition will be rewarding in many ways. I firmly believe it will only strengthen me as a person to help others who face challenges in everyday life.”
Racing at Naas Racecourse continues behind closed doors, however the team at Naas continue to help the community where possible during these challenging times. In recent months, Naas Racecourse have facilitated a number of outdoor events including, charity events, local GAA fundraisers, drive in COVID testing centre to name a few.
Eamonn McEvoy, General Manager of Naas Racecourse said. “It is our pleasure to sponsor Miss Kildare finalist Alannah Pardy. We aim to continue to support our community and the sponsorship ties in nicely with our community engagement. We wish Alannah the very best of luck as a Miss Kildare finalist and we would be delighted if you can support Alannah by downloading the free app today and give her your vote."
To vote for Alannah you must download the official Miss Ireland org app and visit the ‘Wild Card 1 VOTE’ section. All wild card participants are allocated one free vote from one votee per day. The participant with the highest number of votes automatically qualifies for the Miss Ireland final and the remaining participants are selected from the Judges vote after a long process of intense interviews and catwalk displays.
About Miss Ireland:
Miss Ireland is one of the World’s longest running beauty pageants established in 1947 it has been the launch pad for many well-known successful , empowering women in Ireland. The winner of Miss Ireland represents her Country at the prestigious Miss World and in 2003 Rosanna Davison won the title of Miss World, for a full list of former Miss Ireland’s click our legacy tab. The competition has not only been successful for the overall winners of the coveted crown but also for finalists who have taking part who credit Miss Ireland in helping building their confidence, self-esteem, interview & media skills all elements which they have gone on to use in their chosen professional careers.
Miss Ireland uses her reign to raise awareness and fundraise for charitable causes under the Beauty with a purpose title which is at the heart of the Miss World organization. Since its inception Miss Ireland has raised hundreds of thousands of funds and awareness for various charities with a strong focus on Irish Children’s charities.
For more information contact:
Naas Racecourse Sales & Marketing Manager
T: 087 3527030