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Irish Greyhound Board seeks sponsorship for stadiums and a rebranding of the sport

The Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) is seeking sponsorship for the 10 greyhound racing stadiums it owns and controls across the country.

29th June, 2014
Punters gather at Dublin's Harolds Cross Stadium.

The Irish Greyhound Board (IGB) is seeking sponsorship for the 10 greyhound racing stadiums it owns and controls across the country.

In a bid to create what it has termed a ''homogenous marketplace and to combat low levels of awareness and understanding of its sport, the IGB is embarking on an aggressive rebranding. Naming rights for venues are on the table for consideration. IGB stadiums include Shelbourne Park and Harold's Cross in Dublin and Curraheen Park...

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