Movers and Groovers : Cathay Pacific Airways, Adrian Bastow, Pernod Ricard, Conor McQuaid, Irish Thoroughbred Marketing, Charles O’Neill.
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The ‘Parting Glass’ is a time honoured way of marking the closure of one life chapter and celebrating the beginning of the next.
As Tullamore D.E.W. celebrates its new chapter, it is inviting people to share their own parting glass moments online to be in with a chance of winning a trip to Ireland to attend the distillery opening celebrations this September.
For a chance to win, people need to share a video or image of their parting glass moment with Tullamore D.E.W. via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, adding #partingglassuk to the entry.
Here are the top ten pieces of misleading advice for tourists in Ireland
1. On boarding the DART (local train system) in Dublin, it is customary to shake hands with all the passengers.
2. Dublin is known as the City of Singing Bus Drivers. Ask for your favorite song and they will be happy to oblige.
3. Ladies of the night in Dublin traditionally dress as female policemen. They will resist your approaches to add to the excitement of the occasion. [more…]
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The film by authorities in Northern Ireland shows a speeding driver losing control and flipping his car into a group of children having a picnic.
Peter Mark embraces a new style of Public Relations with Smarts Communicate
Peter Mark has announced the appointment of Smarts Communicate to oversee the brand’s communications strategy in Northern Ireland.
The partnership will see @smartscomm work closely with Peter Mark, Ireland’s most iconic hairdressing brand, to launch its ‘Masters of Hair’ campaign and the delivery of an extended communications programme that straddles PR, marketing and events.
Smarts Communicate is a specialist PR and marketing agency that operates internationally for a range of global brands from its base in Northern Ireland.