SCSI launches new TV Marketing Campaign to promote Chartered Surveyors

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Claire Solon, Second Vice President, SCSI, Pauline Daly, President, SCSI

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland is delighted to announce a new national advertising campaign to promote Chartered Surveyors. The Society’s first ever TV advertisement will air on RTE One this evening at the ad break of Dermot Bannon’s Room to Improve which kicks off at 9.30pm.

Chartered Quantity Surveyor Patricia Power features regularly alongside Dermot Bannon on RTE’s popular Room to Improve series, and also appears in the new TV advertisement, along with nine other Chartered Surveyors from a range of different surveying professions.

One of the main purposes of the ad is to show the diversity of the Chartered Surveying profession in the property, land and construction sectors to the wider public. It will also show young people the variety of career choices which exist within surveying and hopefully encourage them to consider the profession as a career choice.

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Rowena Quinn, Managing Partner, Residential Sales, Hunters Estate Agents

Patricia Power

Patricia Power, founder of Patricia Power Quantity Surveying/Project Management and Chartered Quantity Surveyor on RTE’s Room to Improve

The advertisement will appear over 200 times on RTE1, RTE2 and TV3 over the next 3 weeks and will also run on a range of digital and online channels including the RTE player, BBC player, Irish Independent and others.

Catch the TV ad at the Room to Improve ad break this evening, or pick up a copy of todays Sunday Business Post to read about all it.