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With his trip to New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup just five months away, I’m pleased to report that Dubai Duty Free Managing Director Colm McLoughlin will be suitably kitted out for the occasion.
As reported in a recent Blog, the Irishman is partial to quality headwear (see pictures below), and what could be more quality than a cap bearing the All Blacks’ famous silver fern logo? After all, it’s the perfect accessory for any Irishman who may need to switch loyalties in the latter stages of the tournament if the (admittedly very in-form) Irish team are knocked out.
The Moodie Report was happy to make the presentation at last week’s Singapore show, and as our photo shows, Colm could nearly pass for a (Irish-descended) Kiwi. All that’s needed now is for him to swap that Dubai Duty Free tie and lapel pin for All Blacks colours. Given that his passion for his company matches that of his love for all things Irish, however, that could prove somewhat trickier.
[Colm in more traditional Irish headgear]
[Colm in a Fedora, The Moodie Report Chairman in a Trilby]