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Moy Park to Sponsor UTV’s Ant & Dec Show

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 18th February 2016 Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.UTV Ireland has bagged Moy Park as its series sponsor of its Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, which will kick off this Saturday, February 20th.

“As Ireland’s number-one poultry brand, we’re delighted to be partnering with UTV Ireland on this exciting project. Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway is a firm family favourite and is a perfect fit for the Moy Park brand. Sponsoring this prime time programme allows Moy Park to extend our reach and appeal amongst our ever-growing Irish customer base,” says Andrew Nethercott of Moy Park.

The variety show is back for a season of live surprises, big name showbiz guests, high octane stunts, ambitious undercover set-ups and a whole host of shocks to unleash on both the studio audience and the viewers at home – including a star-packed blockbuster murder mystery, a series finale like never before, and the introduction of new presenter Stephen Mulhern as the host of ‘Ant V’s Dec’.

Head of Brand Partnerships at UTV Ireland, Ronan O’Donoghue, adds “UTV Ireland is the exclusive home of the new series of Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway starting this Saturday night at 7pm and we are delighted to be announcing our partnership with Moy Park. As well as being the official broadcast sponsor of the series, Moy Park will be engaging in licensing with the Saturday Night Takeaway brand to maximise the Moy Park brand’s association with the show. Sponsorship has moved on quite considerably in our market and I am proud to say the UTV Ireland have, yet again, been instrumental in progressing sponsorship from a badging exercise to one where the programme brand can be leveraged to deliver activation of sponsorship off air. Moy Park’s activation will include a ‘text-to-win’ competition to win tickets to the show with a major retailer. We look forward to working with all parties in making this partnership a huge success.”

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