It's Tayto time! Mr Tayto is heading across the country with some celebrity guests

 

We all have fond memories from our childhood.

 

From family holidays to school plays, there are moments that we look back on and smile.

 

One of those moments was when our mums would plate up a delicious crisp sandwich.

 

Yes, the ultimate indulgence – the crisp sandwich has, to this day, held a small place in our hearts.

 

 

Well, king of the crisps, Tayto is now solidifying its place in our meal plan by travelling around the country to treat all of you.

 

Lunch should be about lunch and you have the ability to make your lunch hour an invigorating boost to your afternoon.

 

It’s about eating, getting a break and enjoying yourself before you go back to the daily grind.

 

So, to celebrate the launch of ‘It’s not lunchtime... it’s Tayto time’, Mr Tayto is hosting some crispy events at lunchtime across the country this week.

 

For those of you in Limerick, you might have caught Mr. Tayto and guests, SoSueMe and Louise Cooney, in Parkway Shopping Centre for a fashion show and free treats.

 

 

The mascot is heading to the capital tomorrow, appearing at CHQ Dublin from 12-2pm. With comedian Des Bishop, UFC coach John Kavanagh, Kerry footballer Paul Galvin, Today FM’s Louise Duffy and Irish Olympian Natalya Coyle appearing for a panel discussion, the event is sure to be fun and educational for everyone.

 

On Wednesday the roadshow heads to UCC in Cork. John Kavanagh and his brother, Snapchat Superstar, James Kavanagh will be having a chat with radio legend KC.

 

Finally, the roadshow finishes up on Thursday in Galway with Irish musician and producer, Daithí, in tow to perform.

 

 

With the promise of some great appearances, and the chance of a yummy crisp sandwich, why wouldn't you head along?

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