The Buy Irish Movement

Oliver Plunkett

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The small local economy needs us right now. Avoid the foreign owned retailers and buy local and buy Irish, whether it be for food or clothing or anything else. I used to buy my nieces Irish made toys when they were little.



 

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Add links to Irish businesses to this thread. Here is the toy manufacture I used in the past:

 

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Buy Irish was big in the 80's but then it seemed to disappear
 

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Buy local, even down to town level. For example, revive the local butcher
 
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The small local economy needs us right now. Avoid the foreign owned retailers and buy local and buy Irish, whether it be for food or clothing or anything else. I used to buy my nieces Irish made toys when they were little.



I'm not sure I ever noticed the i in the middle :)
 

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The small local economy needs us right now. Avoid the foreign owned retailers and buy local and buy Irish, whether it be for food or clothing or anything else. I used to buy my nieces Irish made toys when they were little.



It was always a great symbol, we need it back.

Perhaps Made in Ireland to get around Eu Censors.
 

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Is that the fellow that built some sort of plaza to Obama in the middle of a bog???
 

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Charges staff €1.60 a shift for food on minimum wage.
Thats shameful. Mc Donalds give them for free I understand.
 
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