Randox Health brings Grand National trophy on a tour of local schools

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Schoolchildren from Dalriada Grammar, Bushmills Primary and Coleraine Integrated College will today (Wednesday) get to see the 2017 Randox Health Grand National trophy, when the new sponsor takes it on a schools tour.

The visit to Ballymoney, Coleraine and Bushmills’ schools marks the first time in the history of the race that the Grand National trophy has visited Northern Ireland.

Yesterday marked the first day of the four-day schools tour across the country with the trophy, which was unveiled last week by Sir Anthony McCoy and Randox Founder and Managing Director, Dr. Peter FitzGerald, at the Randox Health Grand National Weights Evening Reception.

Children across Northern Ireland will learn more about the company’s message of preventive health and also be offered the opportunity to take a trophy selfie!

Dr. Peter FitzGerald, Founder and Managing Director of Randox Health, commented: “We are very proud of our roots and the support of people in Northern Ireland has played a significant part in our global success. This is an opportunity to share the excitement of the build-up of the Randox Health Grand National with children here, and also importantly to help spread the message of preventive health.

“No other race is as popular as this so it is rightfully called The People’s Race. It is our commitment to improving the health of people right across the world that led to this sponsorship. We hope that as a result people will learn about a more proactive and positive way to stay healthy and enjoy the magical moments that life gives us.”