It was a whirlwind weekend, from the excitement of the elections, to the launch of our new marketing collaboration with the iconic Magee of Donegal to a weekend on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.
Magee & Harvey’s Point – Putting Donegal on the Map
Friday morning started out with a photo shoot on the pier in front of Harvey’s Point. Jokes were shared amidst the shivers of a sharp breeze that made my bad hair day even worse! This was our first opportunity to meet the beautiful sisters Ruth and Joyce from ZephirA, our headline act for Summer Cabaret 2014. Dressed in modern Magee with a twist, they looked stunning and braved the elements with elegance and style. Noel was up for stiff competition in the style stakes when Marc appeared immaculately dressed in the latest designer Magee fashion! Then it was off to the store at Magee of Donegal in town for more fun with Minister Michael Ring and an outside broadcast with Ocean FM radio.
Picked up by my sisters, Eilis and Roisin, we headed for Derry Airport to catch a flight to Glasgow. Thankfully we abandoned our plan to stop off in Biddy’s O’ Barnes as there was no time to spare. A wonderful weekend was had in good company with our cousins from Scotland, including a lovely boat trip and more than one sip of cider in the sunshine.
Back to reality now with a full schedule of work to include further tweaking of our website (always a work in progress), the re-printing of our ‘Green Guide to include the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ and the promotion of our ‘Summer Cabaret’ and ‘Home made Holidays at Harvey’s.
To win a coveted award from Georgina Campbell’s highly respected Ireland guide has been both a business and personal goal for many years. Each year, we studied the list of winners and unfortunately Harvey’s Point never featured.