2020 marks the 60th year anniversary from when local farm machinery business, Murphy’s Motors, Glenmore, opened their doors and became part of the New Holland dealer network, making it the oldest New Holland dealer in Ireland.
To celebrate the 60-year milestone, the team at Murphy’s Motors are offering farmers in the southeast the opportunity to win the use of a new T5 New Holland Tractor for 3 months or up to 300 hours of use along with a New Holland Driver Kit of goodies.
Loyalty of suppliers and customers
The current directors, brother and sister team, Richard and Bernadette Murphy, are the third generation of the Murphy family to be involved in the running of one of southeast Ireland’s leading suppliers of agricultural machinery.
They are keen to thank their long-standing customers for their support over the years.
Bernadette commented, “While 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, over the past 60 years we have experienced many ups and downs.”
“It is the loyalty of our suppliers and customers that has remained constant and for that we are grateful.”
Murphys are hoping all their customers will get to partake in some of the 60-year celebrations which, in addition to the T5 giveaway, will include features on some of their long-standing customers, friends and colleagues along with other giveaways throughout the remainder of the year.
The main event being the T5 giveaway will take place on Friday, October 30th where a new T5 from the DYNAMIC COMMANDTM RANGE will show up in the yard of one lucky winner.
Full terms and conditions, along with how to enter the competition, can be found at www.murphysmotors.ie/competition/.
The winner will be selected within the Murphy’s Motors New Holland sales area.
Bernadette also encourages farmers to keep an eye on their Facebook and Instagram pages for other offers and surprise giveaways as they celebrate 60 years as Murphy’s Motors.
As recent as 2019, Murphy’s Motors opened a new Parts and sales depot in Cillin Hill, Kilkenny along with the widening of their territory into South Wexford.