(PRWEB) March 16, 2012
Newly created ‘Gaelic Girls’ TV is launching their search for the next three girls who want to ‘Be A Gaelic Girl’ in Ireland. Sandy Sheerin, creator of 'Gaelic Girls' and her team, are on the hunt to find bubbly, outgoing American girls who have never been to Ireland and would like to take part in their upcoming filmed summer series.
Three lucky winners will be taken on a fun and exciting journey around the Emerald Isle where the girls will take part in a range of activities and adventures. Some of these escapades include trying their hand at surfing in the brisk Irish sea, ghost-hunting in a haunted castle, trekking around the Aran Islands on a bike and much more.
What does it take to be a 'Gaelic Girl'. A ‘Gaelic Girl’ is energetic and vibrant who can entertain viewers by showing off the fun, festivities and lively atmosphere around Ireland. She is up for adventure and excursion and adores a challenge like no one else. Not one to take herself too seriously, she can easily charm the locals in Ireland with her own style of wit and friendly banter.
Gaelic Girls began with a series of blogs written by American girls studying in Ireland who wanted to share their experiences of life in Ireland. As their stories began to capture an audience, creator of 'Gaelic Girls' Sandy Sheerin, decided it was time to put some of these girls in front of a camera to show their viewers exactly what kind of antics they get up to when here.
Launching their search on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th, 2012, ‘Gaelic Girls TV’ is looking for those bright, vivacious fun-loving girls who think they have what it takes to ‘Be A Gaelic Girl’!
Video submissions only.