As the luck of the Irish is soon to fall upon us, North Americans are gearing up for fun-filled festivities that are making the Irish green with envy.
Mar 12, 2015 /prREACH/ -- With many cities filled with cafes, pubs and restaurants serving everything from green pancakes and pastries for breakfast to green beer and beverages well into the evening hours, everyone seems to want to be “a little bit Irish” on March 17th. Many cities celebrate Irish heritage and history with parties and parades that outdo even Dublin.
Lisa Palmer from Frux Home and Yard is also noticing a new trend. It seems many North Americans are hosting St. Patrick’s Day parties and get-togethers in their homes and yards.
So many holidays have been fully embraced by North Americans and it has elevated them to new heights. Halloween and Cinco de Mayo are two great examples where house parties and home entertaining have just taken off in popularity, and St. Patrick’s Day is another one we are really starting to see embraced. Not just by college kids looking for an excuse to drink green beer and call it a party, but kids and adults of all ages are really enjoying the fun and frolic that brings to mind leprechauns in Kelly green top hats, rainbows and pots of gold.
Palmer explains she sees this in the sales as well as the feedback and reviews her customers share. “We work very hard to engage with our customers so we know what they love about our products and how much they enjoy them. We love when they share how they have used our products and how delightful the event, festivity or party was with the added elements our creative and versatile indoor and outdoor lighting products add.” In particular are the indoor/outdoor Fairy Star Lights that work off both an electrical adapter as well as a battery pack adapter. As both are included in the package of Fairy Star Lights when purchased on Amazon, they allow for easy to use party lighting with no limits to how creatively you can apply them. “They sell as fast as green beer leading up to St. Patrick's Day,” Palmer chuckles.
Be sure to visit Amazon.com to find Frux Home and Yard’s Fairy Star Lights to get ready for March 17th, just in case a leprechaun pops in to pay you a visit on St. Patrick’s Day.