Brennan brothers’ new TV show to help crisis-hit businesses
Hotelier duo’s new programme to focus on helping tourist attractions affected by the coronavirus shutdown
Hoteliers Francis and John Brennan are to finish up their 11-year-old At Your Service TV show with another series focused on helping rescue hospitality businesses affected by the coronavirus shutdown.
The RTÉ show will track the progress of family-owned hotel or tourist attractions coping with reopening to a new reality, filming in September and airing in 2021.
The show will feature four businesses, “family hotels that would need help – now more than ever,” Brennan...
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