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Such a trip would mark the first time Penn State has played in Ireland, but it wouldn't be the first NCAA college football game in the Emerald Isle.
The Emerald Isle Classic is the second event of this type to take place here.
Visitors from the GCC are often stuck by our green country and the warm hospitality and, as we enter the summer months, businesses wishing to escape the heat of the Gulf can take advantage of the temperate climate of the Emerald Isle.
IRISH SIGHS: Now John Higgins is determined to end his winless streak in the Emerald Isle after beating Liang Wenbo in Belfast yesterday
AIR travellers are now benefiting from an extra route to the Emerald Isle.
But it admitted challenges in the Irish beer market had "adversely impacted" on top line growth in Europe as Guinness sales in the Emerald Isle fell 3% during the year.
In effect AA is cutting back on its Irish services, US demographics changing in the 21st century with Boston no longer seen as the traditional gateway to the Emerald isle.
More than 60,000 made the trip to the Millennium Stadium from Ireland - many without tickets - and the Welsh capital became the Emerald Isle for the evening as supporters celebrated the 23-19 win long into the night.
While IRELAND'S MOST WANTED: THE TOP 10 BOOK OF CELTIC PRIDE, FANTASTIC FOLKLORE, AND ODDIES OF THE EMERALD ISLE may sound appropriate for St.
Maura, who plays Abby in the US medical drama, has been gushing about the beauty of the Emerald Isle in the latest edition of travel magazine Travel Savvy.
North Carolina's Jacksonville Daily News reported last week that the town of Emerald Isle, NC, recently purchased a new low-speed neighborhood electric vehicle (NEV) manufactured by Global Electric Motorcars (GEM) for use by the town's police officers.
Mr Roberts' illustrated talk - entitled Some Emeralds from Ireland - will concentrate on the flora and fauna of the so-called Emerald Isle.
The Emerald Isle beat today's opponents 4-0 home and away three years ago, but Kerr believes the minnows will provide a stern test of Ireland's capabilities.
Afterwards revellers will gather in Centenary Square for an Irish festival concert and pop acts from the Emerald Isle including boy band D'Side, Fame Academy's Malachi and Sinead.
Rumour has it that I am now more unpopular in the Emerald Isle than Anne Robinson is in Wales.