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Lots of goodies arrived at our door

Saša diving into the free stuff
Eoin wearing a cool Bitesize Irish Gaelic t-shirt.

See all those goodies on our kitchen table? They arrived in courtesy of Kenna, a Bitesize Irish Gaelic online lessons customer since January 2011.

No, we didn’t order this stuff. Kenna sent it all at her own expense across the Atlantic! What a gift: lots of stickers of all sizes, iron-on logos, and even a handful of Bitesize Irish Gaelic t-shirts!

Join in on the fun

Be amongst the first 15 people to reply to this blog post saying “Mise, le do thoil!” (Me, please!). Be sure to fill in your email address in the comment form.

(The competition mentioned here has now ended as we received 15 submissions.)

If you get in on time, we’ll send you a couple of these stickers for around your home.

All the Irish language goodies

Who supplied the goodies?

From Kenna’s ‘menu’: the Custom Sign Center, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho was established in 2004. It’s a place where you can get anything from business cards, signs and corporate apparel to products that help dress up the home or garden.

I can attest to this: “We are focused on providing you with outstanding workmanship, unsurpassed value, and to bring a warm, friendly, personal touch to the products and services we provide”.

Contact Kenna directly:

All the stuff produced by the Custom Sign Center + Underground Expressions, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

This isn’t even the first favor Kenna did for us: read her customer case study too.

20 thoughts on “Lots of goodies arrived at our door”

  1. I’m late to the party.. but I wanted to say that’s SUCH a cool thing for Kenna to have done. ^___^ All that stuff looks really cool!!

  2. I’m going to check out her site as well. I have a bumper sticker that says “Gaeilge agat?” which gets lots of attention.

  3. Seosamh MacUaid

    Mise, le do thoil.Bheadh ​​sé cabhrú liom go mór dá mbeadh mé cuid de do lipéid cistine
    Go raibh maith agat

  4. Mise, le do thoil!

    A nice gesture. Hope they’ll remember me its TIME TO LEARN SOME MORE GAELIC!!!

    Is mise, le meas!

  5. Mise, le do thoil! I’d love one of those cute stickers, I’ll put them in my Gaelic (Scots & Irish) books, maybe in some notebook to write answers to book questions 🙂 I’ll have to check their pricing, maybe mostlymaths.net (or any other of the things I’m currently working on) can help from buying from them.

    Go raibh maith agat!


  6. Mise, le do thoil!

    That is so nice of her. I’m going to check out her site. Perhaps there is something I can order from her. She is the type of person we should all try and support.



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