Once displayed, a link to your personal St. Patrick’s Day photo, taken from high above Times Square, is returned to you commemorating the occasion. The keepsake photo is shareable with friends and family across your social networks, like Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest, or can be downloaded directly through various one-touch sharing icons.
Among the most unlikely St. Patrick’s Day campaigns is Speaker of the House John Boehner’s Friends of Ireland campaign to raise awareness of … a luncheon that none of us are invited to. One brand is taking a stand for gay rights this holiday. Beer maker Sam Adams has reportedly pulled out of the annual Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade because its organizers refuse to allow gay veterans and people from the LGBTQ community openly march in it. #TAXI has teamed up with brands including Guinness, Jose Cuervo (that delicious Irish spirit) and other boozy brands to encourage people to “get home safe” with a series of posters and “digital creative”: The law office of attorney Donald Etra sent out this letter reminding St. Patrick’s revelers and Jewish Purim celebrants that the consequences for drunk driving and public intoxication are always the same, no matter what holiday it is.