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~ Opportunity to send a greeting to loved ones abroad ~
The 2014 St. Patrick's Day Parade, the highlight of a 3 day family festival, will be streamed live online to a local and international audience on Monday March 17th on www. www.corkstpatricksfestival.ie . This is a great opportunity for those unable to make it into the city centre to join the celebrations, and it will also further strengthen Cork’s position as a tourism destination as the Irish diaspora tune-in in their droves from across the globe.
Last year, over 30,000 people watched the parade online from all around the world, with viewers from the USA, Australia, Canada, France and the UK.
~Barry’s Tea sponsors St. Patrick’s Festival Market~
One of Cork’s most loved brands ‘Barry’s Tea’ announced that they will again sponsor this year’s Food and Craft Market at the Cork St. Patrick’s Festival. This continues a strong history of partnership between the family friendly three day festival, organised by Cork City Council, and Barry’s Tea.
Irish business and marketing expert Gary Brown will give tips on effective marketing solutions for those looking to achieve outstanding results in business at an upcoming breakfast workshop, hosted by An Post, at 7.30am in The Metropole Hotel, Cork, on Thursday 13th March.
The event entitled ‘Bold Thinking in Marketing’, is one of a series of events hosted by An Post as part of the An Post Smart Marketing Awards 2014. The events aim toassist companies with practical tips and ideas to strengthen their marketing campaign. You will walk away withtips on how to stand out from the crowd, how you can think big e
From artisan food markets and a free lunch for all, to on-street entertainment and a fantastic live music-line up, The Cork St. Patrick’s Festival is set to be legendary this year.
The three days of family fun, which run from 15-17 March, will culminate with the Parade itself on St. Patrick’s Day, featuring jaw dropping street art inspired by legendary tales, pageantry, carnivals, up to 3000 community and voluntary groups. This family friendly festival is now in its 8th year, and is expected to attract up to 100,000 people to the city over the weekend.
~This year's Marketing Institute 'Hollywood Greats' Ball sponsored by the Mater Private Cork is yet again set to be one of Cork's most glamorous events on the calendar.~
Taking its cue from the recent launch event of the annual Marketing Institute of Ireland Cork (MII Cork), ‘Hollywood Greats’ Ball 2014, the Ball itself (sponsored by the Mater Private Cork) will certainly be 'A Night to Remember' for the marketing and business community of Cork and its environs. The unmissable event will take place at Silver Springs Moran Hotel on Saturday March 22nd and promises to be an evening of glamour and entertainment with lots of prizes to be won in aid of The Cork Samaritans, an independent charity providing confidential non-judgmental support 24 hours a day for people experiencing depression or despair.
The glitterati of Cork will be met with a complimentary Corona Light drinks reception sponsored by Barry & Fitzwilliam, during which Bojangles, one of Cork's top jazz/swing quintets fronted by Conor O'Brien will provide upbeat entertainment. Comedian Alan Shortt is all set to MC the evening for the second year in a row, while Silver Springs Moran Hotel will put on yet another impressive meal with Oceans Eight on hand to keep the guests entertained through the night.
The Marketing Institute Ball is renowned for its goody bags and prizes and this year certainly won't disappoint. The goody bag is valued at €200, and everyone will receive a gift from Planet Embroidery and each couple will receive a beautifully piece crafted by Lucky Sods. The winner of the Jewellery Quiz will become the proud owner of a wonderful piece of jewellery from Cork’s own Designworks Studio specially commissioned for the Marketing Ball.