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Friday 22 March 2019

Curves Gorey named as 'Best Curves Team' in Ireland

Curves Gorey receive ‘Best Curves Team’ 2018. Staff member, Yvonne Kinsella, proprietor, Roisin Hearns, Lauren Ramsey and Annette Gibson
Curves Gorey receive ‘Best Curves Team’ 2018. Staff member, Yvonne Kinsella, proprietor, Roisin Hearns, Lauren Ramsey and Annette Gibson

Sara Gahan

It has been quite a year for Gorey-based business Curves who have just received 'Best Curves Team' in the country, two months after the premises was gutted by a fire from a suspected arson attack.

Formerly situated in an outlet on the forecourt of Topaz Daybreak petrol station on the Arklow Road, the team at Curves moved to a new building in September on Esmonde Street (formerly Ruby Rouge) following the fire.

'We are just over the moon and excited to have received this award, especially to be recognised out of all the Curves clubs in Ireland,' said Fionn McDonagh of Curves Gorey. 'The Gorey club has never got something like this before so it is a real privilege for us.'

Curves Gorey received the award for their excellent club performance, dedicated team and how they all bounced back after the fire.

'This award is a testimony to the hard work and dedication of all the staff in our club,' added Fionn.

Proprietors Roisin Hearns and Fionn have been in charge of the franchise business in Gorey since 2012.

Curves Gorey has closed off their membership until January as they have reached maximum capacity. Fionn said it's great and there is a good buzz around the club.

Roisin and Fionn would like to thank the amazing generosity of people after the fire; the staff for their hard work and determination; and to all the club members.

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