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Our 5 mins of fame: @trustwordie on TV

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Our 5 mins of fame: @trustwordie on TV

Short snippet with Irish journalist Conor Pope talking about trustwordie's “of the moment” Valentine cards on the Six o’clock show last Wednesday. Thanks to Virgin Media television for giving us permission to share.

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Trustwordie listed in Irish Time's 'Valentine’s Day: 60 Irish sites to help you spread the love'

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Trustwordie listed in Irish Time's 'Valentine’s Day: 60 Irish sites to help you spread the love'

Didn't realise my Valentine's cards were featured in the Irish Times until it showed up as a top referrer in my traffic stats. I had replied to this call out  from Conor Pope on Twitter:  You can read the full article here or look at the snippet about Trustwordie below.   Again, big thanks to the Irish media for supporting local businesses. Much and always appreciated.

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Trustwordie Valentine's cards make the Hotlist in Irish Independent Weekend magazine

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Trustwordie Valentine's cards make the Hotlist in Irish Independent Weekend magazine

I was so delighted that my Valentine cards made it into this weekend’s hotlist in the Irish Independent Weekend magazine. You can read it here 

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Delayed deliveries? Please let me know

Hello,  I pride myself on turning around orders within 24 hours and often get compliments via email and social media on their swift arrival. Lately, two customers have got in touch to let me know their cards still had not arrived after more than a week of receiving my fulfilment email. Luckily, I managed to get a new order hand delivered. An Post have been inundated with parcels and post this year more than most but still I'm devastated thinking that my cards won't arrive in time for you to post them. Please do get in touch if your cards did not arrive...

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Season's Greetings, it's a wrap.

Season's Greetings, it's a wrap.

What a year, I mean c'mon. This time last year we were squashing in as many drinks and meal meet-ups as we could and making elaborate plans for 2020. January and February may have got off to a good start but by March, our lives were turned upside down. Many of our family and friends found themselves immediately out of work and those that were lucky enough to work remotely found themselves struggling to keep the show on the road without the supports we will never again take for granted.  Despite all the talk about dolphins in canals, birdsong and a renewed appreciation for nature and the arts,...

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