Now pretty much a household name you are sure to find people all over the world who are proud to call themselves GRASSMEN fans.
Thanks to the recognition from such a loyal following this year GRASSMEN were nominated at the Ballymena Business Awards.
They were finalists in both the Website of Year and Export Business of the Year categories and attended the awards at the end of October alongside many other local businesses.
Although the company missed out on taking an award home on the night they were by no means fazed as the recognition of their hard work over the years was more than enough for the team.
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GRASSMEN show no signs of slowing down even after a hectic summer of nationwide shows, filming and fundraising, where most notably after months of hard work and generous donations the team raised 150,000 euros for the charity ‘Make A Wish.’
They are delighted to be releasing their 14th title towards the end of this year and they are also announcing the opening of their fully stocked Christmas shop, based in the Tower Centre in Ballymena, on the 18th November through to the 31st December.