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"We have been members of Hospitality Ulster for over 30 years. During this time we have been able to call on their advice and expertise in relation to both minor and major difficulties.

Without the knowledge and understanding that Hospitality Ulster possesses it would be very difficult to have survived this long in business. They act as an insurance policy against everyday problems and a buffer when it comes to those more complex legal matters.

Our contribution to Hospitality Ulster and their help over this time cannot be calculated in monetary terms as they always have your best interest at heart.

A day in business without their backing, is a day of risk I would rather not take!"

-Laura Keegan, Keegan's Bar Armagh

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