Win a Trip to New York for Saint Patrick's Day

The People (London, England), March 3, 2002 | Go to article overview
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Win a Trip to New York for Saint Patrick's Day


IT'S just two weeks to St Patrick's Day and today the Irish Sunday People wants one of our lucky readers and a friend to enjoy it in style - in New York City.

Yes we've booked the flights and hotel - all you have to do to be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize is pick up the phone and answer a simple question.

This day fortnight you could be getting ready for the world's biggest party.

This year's parade is expected to be especially poignant after the events of September 11.

But organisers are determined to put the smile back on the face of the city.

And what better way to do it than on St Patrick's Day?

With that in mind, it promises to be the biggest and the brightest March 17 in history.

Even American President George W Bush plans to be there - and of course former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.

If you are our lucky winner, you will fly from Belfast International airport to the city that never sleeps for some major St Patrick's day partying.

New York's Patrick's Day parade is world famous so you are promised the trip of a lifetime.

And beware of the beer - New York bars have been known to dye it green in honour of Ireland's patron saint.

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