Celebs step out for charity Skechers fitness event in Dundrum

To mark the opening of their 24th store in Ireland, Skechers hosted a fitness showdown in Dundrum Town Centre – and there was a serious buzz!

The challenge was led by celebrity trainer Paul Byrne and featured famous faces, including Irish footballer Stephanie Roche, singer Lea Heart, Gillian and Aisling Quinn, Keith Duffy, pro dancer Adam Fogarty, model Sophie Anderton, presenter Glenda Gilson, and many more.

Guests were battling it out for a €1,000 donation that would be gifted to the winner’s choice of charity.

Topping the leader board on the day was Aisling Quinn, who donated her winnings to The Dillon Quirke Foundation, a charity working to raise awareness of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) and fund widespread cardiac screening for young people involved in sport.

Paul Gallagher, Managing Director at ShuzGroup, said: “We are thrilled to announce the grand opening of our new Skechers flagship store in the vibrant heart of Dundrum Town Centre. This expansion marks a significant milestone for Skechers in Ireland, reflecting our commitment to providing stylish and comfortable footwear, apparel and accessories to our ever-growing community of customers.

“We’re excited to step into this bustling retail destination, inviting everyone to experience the perfect blend of fashion and function that defines Skechers. On behalf of ShuzGroup Management, we would like to sincerely thank our teams for their hard work and dedication in creating our wonderful new Skechers store in Dundrum Town Centre.”

You can check out the photos from the event below.

Carla Piera Fitzgerald
Adam Fogarty
Lauren Murphy
Gillian Fitzpatrick
Paul Gallagher and Gillian Quinn
Lea Heart
Glenda Gilson
Kaci Rock
Lorna Spaine
Aisling Quinn and Gillian Quinn
Sophie Anderton
Stephanie Roche
Siobhan O Connor


Photos by Brian McEvoy

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