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Operators Know How To Make Holiday Season Feel Good

Posted on December 14, 2016

Photo via PEXELS user JESHOOTS
Photo via PEXELS user JESHOOTS
Deserving Kids Surprised By Limo Full Of Presents: Aidan Duggan dedicated his life to raising daughter Aoife, 8, and Conor, 6, after his wife Marion died from ovarian cancer six years ago. Duggan, who is now battling serious illness himself, was recently invited to join his family on a special festive day out at Fota House organised by Cork City Hospitals Children’s Club. Martin Cannon of Cannon’s Limousines was so touched by their story he decided to throw in an extra surprise — a limousine packed to the brim with sweets and presents. Evening Echo article here

Holiday Shopping Bus Tour For A Good Cause: "It will help people have a good shopping experience and have some fun while they do their holiday shopping instead of whatever everybody dreads... driving through traffic, dealing with parking, paying for parking, waiting in line," says Brian Hill, founder, Funday Austin Tours and Events. 50% of the proceeds from the luxury charter bus Christmas shopping tours will be donated to Austin homeless shelters and Austin Pets Alive! FOX 7 article here

Related Topics: charity, charter and tour, holiday, industry charity, Ireland operators, Texas operators, tourism

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