Advertise in our Irish Christmas in America show program

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* Please note that the inside front cover and two center pages have already been reserved.

We at the Irish Cultural Center at Elms College have been in existence for almost fifteen years and have followed our mission of “keeping the Irish arts alive” with the various events we offer throughout the year – from speakers to films, from concerts to our annual Christmas with an Irish Touch celebration, from Celtic Adventures for Kids to Irish Language classes and to group cultural visits to Ireland. In everything we do, we strive to provide our members and the general public with many offerings, almost all of which are free.

On December 8, 2013 we will be hosting a very popular Irish Christmas in America show—a family-friendly show now in its 9th season of performing across the country. The show features an amazing list of award-winning performers direct from Ireland that is filled with wit, song, dance, storytelling and lively music to ring in the season! This fun-filled show will be this year’s only performance in Massachusetts and we would like to invite you to be part of it by helping us bring the show to the Springfield/Chicopee area.

We are printing a program ad book for the show that will be distributed to all attendees and sponsors. We hope you will be interested in purchasing an ad to support us. Kindly complete the information on the enclosed form and return it along with your payment to the Irish Cultural Center by November 10, 2013. The Irish Cultural Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

We thank you in advance for supporting us.

Sincerely,
Sean Cahillane
President
Board of Directors

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"It’s great to be a part of this initiative to promote Irish studies. You should keep up the good work because there are so many lessons to be learned from Irish history, and Irish culture is beloved to so many people."
– Dr. Christine Kinealy
Professor of History and Irish Studies at Quinnipiac University