Carroll’s Irish Gifts urges the Public to Continue to buy Irish when Stores Re-Open

Carrolls’ Irish Gifts is launching an initiative to encourage shoppers to shop local and buy Irish this Christmas. They will be offering €10 off every €50 you spend in Carroll’s Stores throughout the month of December.


With stores set to reopen their doors on December 2nd, Carroll’s are asking people to continue to support Irish businesses this Christmas and shop Irish as much as they can.  Every euro spent on local Irish products benefits the local community and facilitates further development of Irish Crafts.


Carroll’s recently relaunched as The Bright New Home of Quality Irish Craft Gifts and have had an incredible response from Irish customers shopping for Christmas gifts on their website They are proud to offer Irish Designers and Crafts People from across the country a place to kick start their business by stocking their products in Carrolls’ Stores, Nationwide, and online. You can browse an exciting range of affordable craft gifts from Irish brands such as The Amy Huberman Collection from Newbridge Silverware, Orla Kiely, Herb Dublin, Westend Knitwear, Caulfields Country Boards, and many more…


Peter Hyland, Managing Director of Carrolls; said “It has been very challenging for a lot of business and It’s great that retailers can reopen their stores ahead of Christmas. There is definitely a real appetite out there to support local Irish businesses and we are proud that over 75% of our purchases are going to an Irish supplier.  With people being more conscious about where they are shopping, we wanted to offer an extra incentive to encourage them to shop for Irish brands. We hope that our initiative of €10 off every €50 in-store will encourage people to come into Carroll’s and see the great selection of Irish Craft Gifts we have on offer.”


Carrolls Irish Gifts is a fully Irish owned company established in 1982 with a proud heritage of showcasing some of the most talented designers and craft professionals in the country.

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