IrishCentral launches online Irish Pub Guide and Pub Newsletter
New online pub guide and Pub News reaches out to Irish pubs across the US
Everyone feels at home in an Irish pub. Whether you're looking for good food and drink, great banter, or just to sit and soak in the atmosphere, you won't be without the sense of welcome. That's why knowing where your local Irish pub is, even when away from home, is so important.
IrishCentral is proud to announce the official launch of our online Irish Pub Guide, offering a comprehensive guide for those looking for the perfect pint and a unique opportunity for bar owners.
Along with the online guide, IrishCentral is also launching a newsletter available to all Irish Pubs.
Our Irish Pub Guide brings the best of Irish establishments to customers across the United States. IrishCentral has over one million unique readers per month and is officially the most read Irish website in the United States.
We know that pub-goers all over the US love to find that place to sit and relax while enjoying the perfect pint, or their favorite Irish fare, and you can find them all here, on our site.
The Irish Pub Guide allows IrishCentral members to review their favorite Irish Pubs and check out new Irish pubs in their area.
IrishCentral’s new pub section offers a great opportunity for proud Irish pubs all around the United States to get themselves some recognition with a featured listing on IrishCentral, the most visited Irish website in the US.
Each full pub profile includes photos, videos, map, reviews, and ratings. These pubs will also receive the Pub News twice a month.
Currently distributed to 500+ Irish pubs nationally, the four-page, glossy Pub News is a great way for patrons to catch up on all the news from IrishCentral. From news from Ireland, entertainment, Irish history, travel, sports and a bit of “craic” this newsletter will get the customers chatting and brighten up the bar.
If you're interested in creating a profile for your own pub and receiving the Pub News, call us for more information on 212-871-0111 x208 or let us know at email@example.com.
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