Business venture

Local man Darragh Crowe has started a fantastic new business called…

This week on the Local Business Promotion Series, I’m delighted to be joined by Tipperary Town native Darragh Crowe (pictured above) who has launched a fantastic new business called Run Safe Vest.

Darragh came up with the idea of ​​having a ‘Run Safe Vest’ last year during lockdown, as he started running when his rugby and GAA matches were temporarily halted.

The Run Safe Training Vest is designed to hold your phone and other essentials while keeping you lit during your runs and walks.

It will be an essential piece of equipment for all runners and walkers, all of whom are very mindful and aware of road safety when training for the sports they love.

The Run Safe training vest can be adjusted to fit sizes from 25″ to 60″. The straps and waist are adjustable and can be changed for a more comfortable fit.

The Run Safe training vest has four red LED lights on the back. These lights are controlled by an on/off button and have three different settings, including two flashing modes and one solid.

This gives peace of mind that traffic can see you in poorly lit areas, busy roads and at night.

You can order yours today at

If your business is interested in participating in the Local Business Promotion Series, which will be published weekly in The Nationalist and Tipperary Star newspapers, as well as on my social media platforms, please contact me: [email protected]

Written by John O’Heney