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Catherina Cunnane hails from a fifth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the company in 2015.
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MartEye launches new clothing range

MartEye has launched its new clothing range, the All Heart :: All Mart Collection, That’s Farming can reveal.

When you purchase any garment with the All Heart :: All Mart logo, the online auctions platform will donate 100% of the profit from each sale from this collection to your chosen charity.

Its first charity partner is Embrace FARM, with others coming soon.

MartEye clothing range

In a statement to That’s Farming, a spokesperson said:

“This collection is specially designed with a new logo to represent the mart communities and all the love and support we have witnessed this past year when it comes to charity.”

MartEye’s creative director, Mark McGann, said:

“We are delighted to bring out this range of clothing to support charities who do such good work.”

“It is a brand to symbolise care, community support. Furthermore, we hope it will help fund some of the ag communities most popular and well-deserving causes and charities going forward.”

“We worked with Embrace FARM last year on our MartAid project, which raised €23,655. We are delighted to be working alongside this charity again, which does such good work for our farming communities, supporting families affected from farming accidents.”

More information 

You can find and purchase the All Heart :: All Mart Collection on MartEye’s store.

Outside of the new All Heart :: All Mart Collection, MartEye has launched a full range of t-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies.

About MartEye

Founded by award-winning agricultural software engineers, the Galway-based company provides online auctions to companies across Ireland and the UK.

MartEye has been built and refined over thousands of sales to effortlessly run auctions ringside and online.

Over 70 auction centres have so far used MartEye to sell livestock, machinery, land and horses.

It is relied upon by over 120 active buyers across 4 countries and 550,000 viewers across 151 countries.

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