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G17 rewards Greg O’Donoghue for 35 years in the industry

  • 7 Dec 2017

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Greg O’Donoghue received The GGF Lifetime Achievement Award at the G17 Awards on 17th November.

The went was held at Park Lane Hilton and was a huge success for major sponsor GGF. 

Greg has worked in the industry for 35 years, amassing a long list of achievements, including being a co-founder of FENSA and GGF President. In addition, as Chairman of FENSA in 2002, Greg negotiated with Government to bring about beneficial legislative change.

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James Lee, GGF Director of Group Marketing presented the award and commented: “Greg is always accessible to offer advice and promote the industry. His work for the GGF and FENSA has constantly been for the greater good and not for his own personal gain. He is most deserving of the GGF Lifetime Achievement Award.”

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