C115 - 1962 Irish Cider and Perry Company Salesmen arrive at Dublin Airport
27 May 1962
Irish Cider and Perry Company Salesmen arrive at Dublin Airport. Forty salesmen flew into Dublin to join the Irish representatives of the Irish Cider and Perry Company in launching the new Irish produced Babycham and Coates' vintage cider throughout Ireland. Both products were made at the newly acquired Bulmers Ltd. factory at Clonmel. The salmon were to visit 10,200 premises. The party arrived from Bristol on an Aer Lingus Charter plane and were assigned a car each. Picture shows Mr Edward Dix (right), General Salesmanager and Mr W.N. Cotter (second from right), Sales Manager for Ireland (Clonmel), briefing R.G. Dyer; M.J. Penally and J.A.C. Moult, who toured the Kerry area.
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- 1962 - Irish Cider and Perry Company Salesmen arrive at Dublin Airport