Girls Gone Gaelic! American girls take on Ireland!

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‘Gaelic Girls TV’ is the new online filmed clips of American girls around Ireland. No script. No paid actresses. Just real girls, talking to real people, taking in real experiences in The Emerald Isle.

Gaelic Girls™ began as a series of blogs in October 2011 on The concept was simple as Sandy Sheerin, creator of Gaelic Girls™, asked a few American girls to write about their experiences while studying there.

After reading some interesting insights into their time in Ireland, Sheerin decided that it would be much more fun to film the girls out and about in various places around the country.

Sandy explains,“I have always felt that while Ireland has been a wonderful attraction to golfers and honeymooners for vacations, we were missing out on telling the stories of the young, fun and quirky girls who come to study, work and intern here all year round”. Gaelic Girls™ represents these young girls’ experiences in Ireland and now ‘Gaelic Girls TV’ will be filming these girls around the island taking up some activities and adventures.”

‘Series 1’ of ‘Gaelic Girls TV’ saw ‘Gaelic Girl’ Lauren taking to the streets of Dublin and Galway asking the locals and visitors some interesting questions on what they thought of Irish men, how romantic the Irish are and their experiences of Ireland.

‘Series 2’ now brings three new ‘Gaelic Girls’ from Dublin to Shannon taking in the Milk Market in Limerick, King John’s Castle, Bunratty Castle, The Cliffs of Moher and to round it off, a surf trip in Lehnich, Co. Clare.

The upcoming Shannon road trip ‘Gaelic Girls’ are Callie (24) from Seattle, Chelsie (22) from Florida and Maddie (21) from Delaware.

Clips will begin airing on Thursday March 15th 2012 on the Gaelic Girls YouTube channel and website

Further production is underway as creator, Sandy Sheerin searches for more young girls, who are not camera shy, to take up some fun challenges and activities in Ireland.

For more information, contact info(at)gaelicgirlstv(dot)com

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