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IRELAND EVENTS: Special 'Finding Mr Bright' Evening Masterclasses this week…book now!

Calling all Irish fans! We invite you to our special ‘Finding Mr Bright’ Masterclasses, held this week at the following stores. A special agenda has been put together by our team that includes a ‘scorecard’ so each attendee can score each product and see what would be their best match.

                                                       Wednesday, 23rd March 2011

  • House of Fraser Dundrum, Benefit Brow Bar, Unit 1 Sandyford Road, Dundrum Town Centre
    Time: 5-7 pm
    Tickets: €25 (redeemable against Benefit products at event) Phone: +353 1299 1400

                                                       Thursday, 24th March 2011

  • Brown Thomas, 18-21 Patrick Street, Cork
    Time: 6-8 pm
    Tickets: €25 (redeemable against Benfit products at event only)
    To book, please ring +353 2148 05555
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  • Arnotts, Jervis Centre, Henry Street, Dublin
    Time: 5-7 pm
    Tickets: €25 (redeemable against Benefit products at event only)
    To book, please ring +353 1805 0400 

                                                       Friday, 25th March 2011

  • Debenhams, 54-62 Henry Street, Dublin
    Time: 5-7 pm
    Tickets: €25 (redeemable against Benefit products at event only)
    To book, please ring +353 1814 7200

                                                   Wednesday, 30th March 2011

  • Brown Thomas, 88-89 Grafton Street, Dublin
    Time: 5-7 pm
    Tickets: €25 (redeemable against Benfit products at event only)
    To book, please ring: +353 1679 5666

Just because St. Patrick’s Day is over doesn’t meant that the party has to stop! We sat down with Sharon Kelly, our Bene-expert, from Ireland who was kind to share with us her afterthoughts on St. Patrick’s Day.

  • The shamrock is our emblem and we all wear our shamrocks on St. Patrick’s Day. It is a green 3-leaf plant and is known to bring good luck. There is a traditional saying, “The luck of the Irish” that still rings true today!
  • Green is the colour of the day and it represents everything Irish. It’s our way of saying, “We’re Irish and we’re proud of it!”

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