Liam Neeson joins Ireland Tourism to wish the world Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

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Actor Liam Neeson voted for Tourism Ireland on the greenest day of the year.

Liam Neeson wishes the world a Happy Saint Patrick’s Day for a new tourism campaign in Ireland.

Ireland Tourism has released a new movie online today in which the famous actor’s voice appears. It features great shots captured in Northern Ireland and the island of Ireland – at places like Carrick-A-Red Rope Bridge, Dunlos Castle, Titanic Belfast, Kilkenny Castle, New Grange, and Dingle.


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These snapshots are intertwined with images from Ireland Tourism’s Global Greening Initiative, which illuminates famous landmarks and sites every year on St. Patrick’s Day.

While St Patrick’s Day will be very different this year, Irish tourism is keen to take advantage of the growing Irish presence around the world on March 17th to ensure Northern Ireland and the island of Ireland continue to modernize. A great place to spend the holidays when the time is right.

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Liam Neeson said: “This year, more than ever, it will help the world turn green on Saint Patrick’s Day, bringing positivity and hope to millions of people on March 17th. I am very excited to work on this movie with Tourism Ireland. The beauty that awaits you when the weather is safe to travel.

Niall Gibbons, Chief Executive Officer of Tourism Ireland said: “We are grateful to Liam Neeson for his generosity in helping us wish the world a Happy St. Patrick’s Day.

Our fans and followers will be watching our new movie online on social media around the world. So we can celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day and keep Ireland at the forefront.

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“This year in particular we want to achieve something positive and hope for our diaspora around the world. At a time when people living abroad cannot travel to their home country, we want expatriates to feel at home and remind them that we cannot wait to welcome them. There was once. One. Another as soon as possible. “



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Next week, Tourism Ireland will release St Patrick’s movie in 12 markets around the world, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Canada, the Nordic countries, the GCC, the Netherlands and Belgium. . And Switzerland.

The film will also be distributed to influential and influential international travel and lifestyle journalists as part of a large-scale advertising and public relations campaign.

Earlier this month, Tourism Ireland announced details of some of the famous landmarks and landmarks around the world that will join this year’s Global Greening Initiative to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day.

From Brussels to Buenos Aires and from Sydney to San Francisco, hundreds of important and famous landmarks will be lit green on March 17 – including the Sydney Opera House, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Portimerion Village in North Wales, Niagara Falls, Victoria Falls, and a welcome sign. Las Vegas “The London Eye, the Sky Tower in Auckland, the Prince’s Palace in Monaco, the Cibeles Fountain in Madrid, and much more.”

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