About RAMfit

The Monaghan LEO requested specific content for three client case studies. One of these was RAMfit.

Started by Dermot McArdle and JP Mone, RAM stands for ‘recycle and move’ and the company’s USP is that it recycles tyre rubber to create durable and safe resistance training rollers.

Both men are known for their sporting achievements with the Monaghan senior football team and in business they are on the same team in their commitment to doing what they can for the environment.

They availed of many supports from Monaghan Local Enterprise Office including Lean for Micro, Trading Online Vouchers, the Business Expansion Grant, the Priming Grant and the TAME grant.

Project Information

This was one of three client case studies for the Local Enterprise Office in Monaghan.

The content was used on social media channels, on the website of the LEO and additional versions were prepared for print publication.

Each client shared their own experiences of the benefits, and impact, of the supports provided to them by LEO Monaghan.

This was also an opportunity to promote a local business.

You can learn more about this project by visiting the RAMfit Case Study on the LEO Monaghan website.

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