Piercestown school to run Who Wants to be a Thousandaire

By dAVID TUCKER

At the launch of Who wants to be a Thousandaire for Piercestown National School in TheFarmers Kitchen on Wednesday evening were Back: Catherine Price (Piercestown Childcare Centre), Robert Kenny (Hertz), Sinead Grace (Piercestown Childcare Centre), Enda Newpoert (Bolands) and Jamie Pettitt (Pettitt's Supervalu) Front: Brendan Crowley (Wexford Bus), Brian Doyle (Doyle's Garden Machinery), Brian Hogan (Faythe Pharmacy) and Fintan Duggan (Home Instead Senior Care) .
At the launch of Who wants to be a Thousandaire for Piercestown National School in TheFarmers Kitchen on Wednesday evening were Back: Catherine Price (Piercestown Childcare Centre), Robert Kenny (Hertz), Sinead Grace (Piercestown Childcare Centre), Enda Newpoert (Bolands) and Jamie Pettitt (Pettitt's Supervalu) Front: Brendan Crowley (Wexford Bus), Brian Doyle (Doyle's Garden Machinery), Brian Hogan (Faythe Pharmacy) and Fintan Duggan (Home Instead Senior Care) .

A fun and thrilling night is promised along with a chance to win thousands with the inaugural Piercestown National School 'Who Wants to be a Thousandaire' event taking place at the Talbot Hotel on Friday, March 4.

The 'Who wants to be a Thousandaire' show, created by Pallas Marketing, has attracted large audiences all over Ireland over the past 14 years. Now for the first time Piercestown will have its opportunity to play for big money.

Eight lucky contestants will be drawn exclusively from the audience on March 4 to have the opportunity to play for €1,000 on the night.

With the well-loved '50/50' and 'Ask the Audience' favourites along with a brilliant video-linked 'Phone a Friend' option to assist in answering the more difficult questions, 'Who Wants to be a Thousandaire' is the full game show experience from start to finish.

Tickets went on sale recently and Michael D'Arcy, lead singer with Corner Boy was on hand to purchase the first ticket with major sponsors attending the launch in the Farmers Kitchen Hotel.

With 'Thousandaire' tickets priced at only €15 each, there are lots of reasons to phone a friend or a few, and invite them to join in the craic at the Talbot Hotel on March 4th.

All proceeds are in aid of Piercestown National School and Thousandaire tickets can be reserved by calling Siobhan on 053-9158854, or on the door on the night.

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