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Nissan to Sponsor Driving School at Tayto Park

Tayto Park launches three-year sponsorship deal with Nissan Ireland for latest children’s car attraction which is first of its kind in Ireland and Raymond Coyle announces 500 jobs.

Nissan Ireland has teamed up with Tayto Park in a first of its kind partnership which will see the automotive company sponsoring the latest kids’ attraction at the theme park and zoo which is located in Ashbourne, Co Meath.

The Nissan Driving School at Tayto Park is the first attraction of its kind in Ireland, with almost 1000m2 of track, kids will be able to take to the road marked traffic course in their own miniature battery operated Nissan car.

With 20 cars on the track at each time, children will complete a five minute video demonstration, learning all the rules of the road at the attractions learning theatre before taking to the traffic course.

According to Ray Coyle, founder of Tayto Park: “Here at Tayto Park we’re always looking for innovative and creative ways to enhance the experience for families at our theme park and zoo. The latest Nissan Driving School at Tayto Park will be the first of its kind in Ireland of which I’m sure will be very popular among our younger visitors this season. I’m delighted to welcome Nissan to Tayto Park as this marks a milestone as the first sponsored attraction at the park’.

CEO of Nissan Ireland, James McCarthy said: “Innovation and excitement for everyone is at the heart of what we do at Nissan. We are delighted to bring that thinking to our sponsorship of the new Nissan Driving School at Tayto Park.The thousands of children who will enjoy this new family attraction are the EV drivers of tomorrow. This innovative partnership with Tayto Park provides an exciting opportunity for Nissan to continue pioneering the switch to EV driving. We look forward to demonstrating the full range of Nissan vehicles, including the new Nissan LEAF, as part of the new family attraction and to joining Tayto Park in providing children with a fun and memorable experience of what it is like to drive their own car.”

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