Ryans Cleaning to conduct industry survey at the Easter Festival at Fairyhouse Racecourse this weekend!

2017 winner of the Ryans Cleaning Event Specialist race at Fairyhouse Samcro

2017 winner of the Ryans Cleaning Event Specialist race at Fairyhouse Samcro

The second of four planned racecourse cleaning surveys is set to take place this weekend at the Grand National Meeting at Fairyhouse Racecourse. The survey will be included within the racecard for patrons to complete and a VIP Hospitality Prize for two at Fairyhouse Racecourse will be on offer to one lucky participant.

The purpose of this short survey is to assess the quality of the cleaning service offered by Ryans Cleaning and to gain a better understanding of the attitudes and opinions of attendees in relation to event cleaning, sustainability and compliance standards.

Pat Ryan, Chief Executive of Ryans Cleaning commented “We have been Ireland’s leading cleaning event specialists for over 30 years yet we are not afraid to learn and move with the times, I guess that’s what has kept us at the top of our game all those years. We have purposefully chosen this meeting as it is one of the busiest meetings on the Irish racing calendar and we want to put our service to the test. It would be easy to pick a quiet day somewhere and tick the box but that is not how we do business and we encourage patrons to engage with the survey to help us and Fairyhouse in our joint effort to continue to raise the bar for attendees comfort and enjoyment.”

The first survey took place in Punchestown at their busy Winter Festival meeting in November and there are two more planned for later in the year. On conclusion, the final results will be published and industry standards will be benchmarked as part of the overall strategy for continued development by Ryans Cleaning.

Ryans Cleaning are also proudly sponsoring the opening race of the Easter Festival at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Sunday, The Ryans Cleaning Event Specialist Maiden Hurdle which will be shown as a replay on RTÉ Racing on Sunday, April 1st. The winner of the race they sponsored at the meeting last year was the mighty Samcro for Gigginstown and Gordon Elliott who enjoyed recent success at the Cheltenham Festival so perhaps this year’s race will find Ireland’s next big hurdling superstar!