Bus Éireann said it is proud to launch the Keeping Ireland Connected campaign which will focus on sharing a positive message across the country and in communities around Ireland.
The company said it wants to acknowledge the efforts of Bus Éireann’s 200 employees in the North-West celebrated in ‘Keeping Ireland Connected’ campaign
Eleanor Farrell, Chief Commercial Officer of Bus Éireann said they are extremely proud to announce their ‘Keeping Ireland Connected’ campaign which celebrates the huge commitment the Bus Éireann team has shown over the course of the last few months.
“We have continued to operate throughout the Covid crisis, ensuring our services remained available for frontline and healthcare workers across Ireland making those essential journeys.
“Bus Éireann PSO services returned to a standard Monday to Friday frequency on 8 June and we are now encouraging our passengers to play their part in protecting themselves and our drivers as we keep them connected to who and what matters to them”.
Bus Éireann has more than 200 employees across the North West with depots in Letterkenny and Stranorlar.
Brian Connolly, Regional Operations Manager, West said “This campaign celebrates all of my wonderful colleagues in Bus Éireann, particularly those on the frontline in Donegal, Mayo and Sligo whose dedication and commitment ensures that we continue operating trips every day across these three counties. These crucial Bus Éireann services ensure that essential workers can make trips to and from work on a reliable, clean and safe means of transport.”