Dacia to sponsor RTÉ 2FM’s Breakfast Republic


Dacia Ireland is sponsoring RTÉ 2FM’s breakfast show Breakfast Republic. The car brand will be up with the lark as the sponsorship runs over the next year on the popular programme, which broadcasts from 6am to 10am each weekday morning.

Pictured at the launch of the Dacia sponsorship of the 2fm Breakfast Show were Liz O’Gorman (centre), Marketing Manager of Dacia Ireland along with show presenters Jennifer Maguire, Bernard O’Shea and Keith Walsh.

Breakfast Republic is presented by comedian Bernard O’Shea, Jennifer Zamparelli and Keith Walsh, ensuring plenty of witty banter and fast-paced humour on RTÉ 2FM. The show has an average weekday listenership of 167,000 adults.

Brokered by OMD, the 12-month sponsorship includes ten sponsor credited stings per day, cross station promotional spots, podcast and homepage sponsorship. In addition, 2FM will be celebrating Dacia’s five years in Ireland this summer with a bespoke live broadcast where 172 Breakfast Republic listeners will be in with a chance to drive away a brand new Dacia Sandero.

Liz O’Gorman, Marketing Manager Dacia Ireland, said: “We are thrilled to be on board with Breakfast Republic as sponsors for the next year. We feel the show perfectly reflects the Dacia brand’s personality as the presenters are a little ‘unique’ in their approach and at Dacia, we’re unique in the Irish market bringing the most shockingly affordable cars to the Irish consumer!”

Our Dacia models – Duster, Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV – are still proving hugely popular with the Irish customer five years after launching the brand here, so we are delighted to add to an already exciting year by driving on with the Breakfast Republic sponsorship!”

Tara Farrell, Sponsorship Manager, RTÉ Radio said: “Now in its third year on air and listenership at an all time of high of 167,000 Breakfast Republic is delighted to partner with Dacia Ireland.This sponsorship signing is a perfect example of when the right radio show and the right brand come together – the fit is perfect!”

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