Ryan Tubridy gets a 'stamp of approval' for new Wild Atlantic Way Passport

Ryan Tubridy gets a 'stamp of approval' for new Wild Atlantic Way Passport
Staff Reporter editorial@donegaldemocrat.com @dgldemocrat

Ryan Tubridy began his week long journey along the Wild Atlantic Way today (30th May 2016) with a visit to the local Post Office in Buncrana where he picked up his first stamp on his ‘Wild Atlantic Way Passport’ - a new visitor passport developed by Fáilte Ireland and An Post to encourage greater visitor exploration along the west coast route.

The Wild Atlantic Way Passport provides visitors to the west with a recorded souvenir of their journey along some, or all, of the 188 Discovery Points on the world’s longest coastal touring route. Each Passport contains a section for each of the various zones along the route and visitors to Discovery Points can call in to the local Post office to have their passport stamped with a unique motif for each one.

Just as the new initiative is launched, The Ryan Tubridy Show is embarking on a series of outside broadcasts as part of Fáilte Ireland’s summer marketing campaign. The show will tour the west coast route this week broadcasting live, each morning from various locations along Ireland’s West coast.

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Joan Crawfrod, Failte Ireland with Ryan Tubridy began his week long journey along the Wild Atlantic Way today (30th May 2016) with a visit to Buncrana where he picked up his first stamp on his ‘Wild Atlantic Way Passport’ - a new visitor passport developed by Fáilte Ireland and An Post to encourage greater visitor exploration along the west coast route - Photo:- Clive Wasson

Ryan Tubridy broadcasting live from Buncrana earlier today (Monday May 30th). Photo:- Clive Wasson