Euro 2012 may well kick off on the 8th June, but for nearly every Irish person out there, the real deal takes place on 10th June as the Republic of Ireland National Football team take centre stage at the Municipal Stadium in Poznań, bringing an end to a twenty-four year absence from the tournament.
In recognition of this landmark achievement, the team behind Irish Pubs Global have set up an exciting new website, Irish Pubs 2012.
Irish Pubs 2012 acts not only as a hub for Irish football fans; it is also designed as a platform for both Irish Pub Owners and Managers to promote their Irish pubs during Euro 2012.
Irish Pubs 2012 maintains a growing information resource, via an intuitive map (familiar to anyone who uses Google Maps), which outlines valuable information on each Irish pub within Poland and Ukraine, such as the pub description, location, opening hours, contact details, a direct link to the pubs website and also a navigation system which directs fans to the pub.
The map is being updated on a constant basis, so Irish Pub Owners and Managers in both Poland and Ukraine can have their pub added to or updated on the map.
Not to be left out, Irish Pub Owners and Managers worldwide can promote their Irish Pub via the Irish Pubs Forum, which allows Pub Owners and Managers both in Poland and Ukraine, as well as the rest of the world, to promote their pub and interact directly with potential customers.
Irish Pubs 2012 also provides daily news feeds on its homepage, updating events happening with the Republic of Ireland national football team, but also all related Irish Pub news from around the world during Euro 2012.
Another feature of the site is the Euro 2012 Irish Pub Event Calendar, located to the right of the homepage. Irish Pub Owners and Managers can send information on Euro 2012 events happening in their Irish pub to this email address including the event title, an address, a description of the event (including times/dates) and a website link.
Check out Irish Pubs 2012 by clicking on this link – www.irishpubs2012.com
Source: Conor Flynn, Irish Pubs Global