Saturday 22 September 2018

George Lawlor out of print for first time in 22 years

George handing over to Tom Hogan.
George handing over to Tom Hogan.

By David tucker

WEXFORD businessman and Councillor George Lawlor has sold his printing business to Tom Hogan, of Hogan Print, Enniscorthy.

Both George's company Impression Print and Hogan Print will trade in both locations under the new ownership.

Hogan Print have been in the print business in Enniscorthy for over 30 years and bring a wide range of expertise and skill to Wexford Town. The Wexford operation will be run from Pinewood Business Park by Tom Hogan, the son of Joe Hogan, founder of Hogan Print.

Tom is well know in athletics circles throughout County Wexford and has played a key role in the family's printing business over many years.

After 22 years at the helm of Impression Print George has stepped away from the business in recent years. He says he will continue as a co-owner of Pinewood Business Park as well as being active in the world of politics in his role as a county councillor as well as Parliamentary Assistant to Deputy Brendan Howlin.

He did not disclose how much the business had been sold for.

Earlier in the week, Lee Robinson, who has worked with George for some years, said he was leaving to devote more time to his photographic career.

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