Dublin, Ireland (PRWEB) March 12, 2012
No matter what their heritage, most people will celebrate St Patrick’s Day this year, and what better time than when President Obama has just declared the month of March as Irish American Heritage month. So how green have you gone for St Patrick’s Day in the past and how green will you go this year?
As part of their ‘Green Discount’ campaign, the online portal for authentic Irish goods, http://www.siopa.com (based in Ireland), is asking Facebookers to post up photos of themselves wearing their green outfits or accessories in order to see how green the Irish Diaspora truly are. Each and every one who posts a photo gets a discount on the Irish site.
Also, Facebook fans will decide which is the best photo and the one with the most ‘likes’ wins a St Patrick’s Day Breakfast Hamper (full of goodies to make a traditional Irish fry-up, including rashers, sausages, black pudding, scones and jam plus Barry’s Tea).
With the emphasis on fun, this Facebook campaign is sure to attract some hilarious images and, for those not willing to join in the fun, remember that the tradition is to pinch someone not wearing green so beware!
Tips on What to Wear this Paddy’s Day:
- Dye you own hair, or your pet’s fur green
- Wear a covetable Tara’s Diary Emerald & Gold Claddagh Stackable Ring*
- Why not dye your underwear green as a nice surprise for your boyfriend or hubbie?
- Hunt down some green nail varnish or pull on a pair of trendy Aran Hunter Fingerless Gloves in Fence Green*
- Tuck your baby or toddler up with a Carraig Donn Shamrock Blanket* when strolling out to the local Paddy’s Day celebrations
- Dig out that green baseball cap or consider a stylish green Aran Brooklyn Peak Cap*
- Pull those battered green Converse out of the wardrobe and revive them or even those green stilettos or rubber rain boots that you never quite got around to wearing
- Invest in a 100% Merino Wool Aran-Style Cardigan (for her) or the sweater version (for him)*
- (all available on http://www.siopa.com)
See siopa.com on Facebook for the Green Discount competition
Editorial Note on siopa.com: Siopa.com was set up in May 2011 as a result of an increasing demand from overseas customers for products that were handmade, authentic Irish goods. Set up by Irish internet entrepreneur, Lulu O’Sullivan, siopa.com operates from an office in Dublin, Ireland, with 16 full time staff. Siopa.com is at the heart of Ireland, with access to some of the finest producers of traditional Irish crafts.
For press imagery or more information, please contact: Maebh Coyle on Email: maebh(at)giftsdirect(dot)com or Mob: 0860626005.