My Nametags to donate goodie bag gifts for first-born babies of 2022.

My Nametags, Ireland’s leading manufacturer of easy to apply sticker and iron-on nametags and the only company that provides antibacterial nametags, is delighted to announce details of its donation of My Nametags goodie bags to a selection of Ireland’s maternity hospitals.

The goodie bags will be gifted to the first born baby of 2022 in each of the hospitals and contain a cute My Nametags teddy bear, nursery wall stickers as well as their own sets of My Nametags personalised labels and stickers.

Speaking about the maternity hospital campaign, Lars B. Andersen, Owner and Founder of My Nametags, commented, “We are delighted to donate our My Nametags goodie bags to each of these maternity hospitals as a small gift to welcome the first born babies of 2022. At My Nametags, we are all about names, and we look forward to hearing the chosen names of all the new babies and of course to also printing their own personalised labels when they need them!”

The maternity hospitals who are taking part in the goodie bag gift donation campaign with My Nametags include: Mayo University Hospital, Midlands Regional Hospital Portlaoise, Galway University Hospital, Letterkenny General Hospital, Cavan Monaghan Hospital, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda, Sligo University Hospital and Tipperary University Hospital.

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