Candid and refreshingly honest, the ‘Gaelic Girls’ will give readers a first-hand account of what these American girls really think of their newly made home in Ireland ... -- Sandy Sheerin, Creator of the Gaelic Girls Project
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 11, 2011
On Tuesday, October 4, 2011 IrishCentral.com announced that it is now the home of the Gaelic Girls Project series. Four young American women will dish on men, fashion, lifestyle, and living in Ireland through their weekly blogs.
IrishCentral is proud to launch a series of features from the Gaelic Girls; a group of four young American women taking on Ireland. Starting today Mollie Kervick, Tessa Chillemi, Hannah Stone, and Alisa Pierini will share their observations on men, fashion, and life in Ireland.
Gaelic Girls’ is a quirky column featured exclusively in IrishCentral, written by four American girls, as they venture around the cities of Ireland,immersing themselves in Irish nightlife, dating and fashion scenes, music, and much more.
Landing at Shannon airport one week ago, our four Gaelic Girls have just began an eventful and once-in-a-lifetime experience in the Emerald Isle where they will work, study, and play for the coming months in Cork city, thousands of miles from their respective homes. The excitement and anticipation can hardly be contained within each of them as they imagine their experiences of Ireland will closely resemble a remake of one of those beloved classic Irish novels, such as, ‘Circle of Friends’.
Candid and refreshingly honest, the ‘Gaelic Girls’ will give readers a first-hand account of what these American girls really think of their newly made home in Ireland while providing some funny, insightful, and sometimes controversial stories.
What will they make of the modern way of Irish life which is a far cry from the land their ancestors left behind?
How will they fit in with new Irish friends, fashion, and the social scene?
Most importantly though, will they find Irish men to be charming, irresistible poets who will melt their hearts with their good looks and witty banter? Or will they find that the dreamy Irish ‘hunk’ is just another fantasy of Irish mythology and folklore?
Follow them on Irish Central to get the inside scoop of what living in Ireland is truly like for our young ‘Gaelic Girls’.
IrishCentral.com is the largest Irish American media site. It was launched in March 2009 in New York.
It has close to 600,000 unique visitors a month, with 50,000 e-newsletter subscribers and has continued to grow with each passing month, easily surpassing all other Irish American media websites.
The site is aimed at the 40 million Irish Americans across the United States, and also the Irish Diaspora of 70 million worldwide.
IrishCentral was created to cater to one of America’s most affluent ethnic groups according to the U.S. Census. Irish Americans have a proud history, tradition and great ethnic pride. In business, literature, politics, entertainment, and sports, the Irish have always been an intrinsic part of the American soul.
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About the ‘Gaelic Girls’ Project:
‘Gaelic Girls’ was created by Sandy Sheerin, an Irish girl who emigrated to Pennsylvania at the young age of ten with her three sisters and mother.
Years later Sandy headed back to her native Ireland to rediscover her home and connection to Ireland, where she created the ‘Gaelic Girl Diaries’, a truthful, informative and entertaining blog featuring American girls’ experiences of Ireland as they explore the ‘craic’, the culture, and the ‘handsome rugged Irishmen’ the country has on offer.