Goodies from Ireland


I’m in Dublin for the Travel Bloggers Exchange Conference… over 600 people committed to enhancing online travel content. I’m extremely proud Dublin is hosting the event… and honored I was invited to speak yesterday morning.

One thing that comes with attending an event like this is the abundance of promotional goodies that get dropped into our hands.

Since Irish Firesiders are by far the most loyal fans out there, I want to say thank you by passing along some of the items to you. Unfortunately, I don’t have enough to give something to everyone, so I’m going to randomly give things away.

If you fill out the form below, you’ll be in the running for luggage tags, bottle openers, postcards, playing cards from G Adventures (they just added Ireland to their roster of tour destinations), coffee that was roasted in Limerick City of Culture, homemade jam, and other fun stuff (sorry, I couldn’t resist and ate the candy from Moon River Chocolate in Limerick). Winners will be chosen some time next week… I’m not sure how long it’s going to take me to recover from this all-Ireland, all-blogging adventure.

This opportunity is open to residents of any country.

Before you sign up for this giveaway…

  • Let’s keep this low-key – only tell your friends who are passionate about Ireland.
  • Only sign up once per household.
  • You need to complete the form below, and if you’re not already signed up, you will be added to our e-newsletter about Irish travel… if you want off that list, just hit “unsubscribe” when the e-newsletter arrives (it’s super easy).
  • You can say “thanks” by sharing the Irish Fireside with your friends and family.
  • Lastly, I will NEVER share you personal data with ANYONE.
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Author: Corey

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  1. Corey,
    This is. Wonderful idea!

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