Program creates year-round Irish entertainment for visitors and residents
DUBLIN, OH – The Dublin Convention & Visitors Bureau announced today the approval of $16,250 in grant monies to eight Dublin businesses to create a monthly Irish Entertainment Series in 2018. Now in its fifth year, the program was created to increase Dublin’s inventory of Irish experiences and product and to enhance the City’s destination brand “Irish is an Attitude,” to attract more visitors and their travel dollars to Dublin. To date, the program has created 219 new Irish Experiences totaling $129,000 in grants for the Dublin community.
“A recent study indicated that although visitors are attracted to Dublin because of the unique Irish feel of the community, they are disappointed with the amount of Irish product and entertainment apart from the Dublin Irish Festival and St. Patrick’s Day events,” said Scott Dring, executive director at the Bureau.
The following are the 2018 Irish Entertainment Series Grant Recipients
Dublin AM Rotary - Irish Entertainment at Dublin's Blarney Bash
Historic Dublin Business Association - Irish "Second Saturday"
Bridge Park - Irish Entertainment at Fado
Vine & Tap - Irish Entertainment, in-store event