TEXAS ROYALTY! IRISH LAND PRESERVATION COMPANY BESTOWS LORD AND LADY TITLES TO ALL 4,000 RESIDENTS OF DUBLIN, TX

To kickoff this year’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, Celtic Titles, one of the world’s leading innovators in land preservation offering the purchase of souvenir plots of land, today announced it is gifting each resident of Dublin, TX with their very own plot of land from its nature reserve in Slievekirk Wood, Ireland.

The unique gift extends the courtesy title of Lord or Lady of Ardmore, bringing some St. Patrick’s Day spirit to the 4,000 residents near the Dallas–Fort Worth TX metroplex*!

With this everlasting gift of royalty, each resident of Dublin, TX will receive:

  • The courtesy title of Lord or Lady of Ardmore
  • One square foot plot of land in Slievekirk Wood, Ardmore
  • Gift pack containing a presentation folder, personalized certificate, information booklet and plot ID card

Residents of Dublin, TX have two ways to claim their individual plots this St. Patrick’s Day. This past weekend, residents visited the Celtic Titles booth at the Dublin St. Patrick’s Festival on Friday, March 11 from 4 PM to 9 PM or Saturday, March 12 10 AM to 10 PM to sign up for a scratch card containing a redeemable code.

If residents are unable to attend the festival, they can pick up their scratch card from the Dublin Chamber of Commerce on St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17, from 8 AM to 5 PM CST. Residents must provide proof of their Dublin, TX residency during pickup. Once scratch cards have been received, residents can register and redeem their titles at CelticTitles.com/Registration.

“We are pleased to gift a piece of Ireland to each resident of Dublin, Texas this St. Patrick’s Day,” said Lord Stephen Rossiter, sales and marketing director of Celtic Titles. “Our little corner of Ireland is just a small part of our company’s global conservation effort. Much more than just bestowing a fun courtesy title of Lord and Lady, Celtic Titles is an ecofriendly gift that gives back to mother earth and aids in our woodland preservation efforts. In addition to loving the name of this great town, it’s a natural tie and great fun for us.”

Celtic Titles offers souvenir plots of land on its Slievekirk Wood estate in Ardmore, Ireland. The unique nature reserve offering extends a courtesy title of Ardmore to the recipient, making all customers honorary Irish royalty. Celtic Titles is a sister company to Highland Titles, one of the world’s leading innovators in land preservation offering the purchase of souvenir plots of land on its estate in Glencoe Wood, Scotland.

The ongoing success of the Scottish project led to the beginning of the Celtic Titles journey to help conserve Ireland and provide vital habitat for several declining species. In a similar fashion, Highland Titles bestowed courtesy Lord and Lady titles to residents of Scotland, CT in 2017.

“We were delighted by Celtic Titles’ generous gift to our community this St. Patrick’s Day,” said Amy Keith McDonald, executive director, Dublin Chamber of Commerce. “Dublin, TX is the Irish capital of Texas, so celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in our city is a must. Each year, the Dublin Chamber of Commerce hosts the St. Patrick’s Festival. With the widest variety of green-inspired costumes, activities and food around, our weekend long festival surely promises a one-of-a-kind experience. On behalf of our residents, we thank Celtic Titles for this fun, festive gift and look forward to a long relationship with the preservation company in the future.”

Celtic Titles traditional plot sizes are one square foot and are available for purchase starting at just $60.00. Celtic Titles also offers a Couples Package, which offers 2 x 1 square foot adjoining plots for couples starting at $90.00. This package also comes with two names and two titles on one certificate. Upon purchasing a plot of land, the buyer is then granted the courtesy use of Lord or Lady of Ardmore.

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