Top Speakers Lined Up For Energise 2017 This Friday

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Stephen O’Connor of The Ashe Hotel with some of the speakers at Energise 2017, Zoe O’Connor, Caroline McEnery and Shane Finn.

ENERGISE 2017 is an inspiring evening taking place in The Ashe Hotel, Tralee on Friday, February 10, bringing together well-known speakers from sport, fitness and positive psychology.

The evening will begin at 6.30pm and is guaranteed to be filled with plenty of content to kick start 2017.

Orlagh Winters will be the MC for the night, with Operation Transformation’s Dr Eddie Murphy as one of the guest speakers along with Gerry Duffy, Shane Finn, Zoe O’Connor and Caroline McEnery.

Tickets are price at €20 and are available at the Hotel, via email from or 087 248 6091.

A motivational speaker at Google, Facebook and more, Gerry Duffy is looking forward to a great evening in Tralee. “I’m looking forward to enabling the people of Kerry to make the impossible possible, no matter what that is to each person, whatever they want to achieve.”

“I’m very excited to speak to the people of Kerry in such an intimate setting.” Says Dr Eddie Murphy, “My big push for 2017 is to get people to think big and become their own selves”

As seen on Operation Transformation, Eddie will give tips on positive psychology and how to be and how to be secure in your own self.

The night itself is to raise funds for a 2,200KM Charity Race around Ireland in August. This gruelling cycle will see a relay team of 8 compete to cycle the circuit around Ireland in less than 96 hours.

This ultra-distance cycling event, is a non-stop cycle, which starts in Trim, Co. Meath and takes the riders on a route around the island of Ireland, past some of Irelands most historic sights.

Listed as one of the World’s Toughest Endurance Events, the heroes of this event are the amateur riders who get an opportunity to compete in this Irish Event with elite riders from all over the world.

The beneficiary Charity of the Race around Ireland Team will be Cycle Against Suicide.

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