24 October 2023

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Eyrecourt man appointed to key role in leading tractor brand

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Eyrecourt man appointed to key role in leading tractor brand

An East Galway man has been appointed to a key role in a leading European tractor brand.

Luke Gardiner from Eyrecourt will be Irish Parts Manager for Argo Tractors Ireland.

Luke moved to France when he was 13 where his parents purchased a farm in the Limousin region.

He studied agriculture there and returned to Ireland in 2017 to work as french sales rep for Quality Tractor Parts.

Mr Gardiner says his main goal in his new role with Argo Tractors to grow the brand of the company:

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