Who Is Briege Finnegan

December 2013
Checkout;Dec2013, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p81
An interview with Briege Finnegan, former brand marketing manager at Moy Park Ltd. is presented. Topics discussed including the work experience from first job, restaurateur Eddie Fung who influenced Finnegan most and advertising campaign 'Made of More.' Other topics include her habit of spending spare time with friends at hometown of Ballycastle in Northern Ireland.


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