Macari's Take Away Ratoath

 

 

 

'Mermaid' Holly Keating today announced that the 6th annual ITICA National Fish & Chips Day will take place on Wednesday 27th May. Irish Traditional Italian Chippers Association members nationwide will offer 1/2 price fish & chips to celebrate 130 years of a 'one and one''. As if we need an excuse! Andrea Roche Model Agency

The search is on, we are looking for the “Face of ITICA 2014”. If you think you have “the look” and are ready to launch your modeling career – look no further. With a prize package including a modeling contract and professional portfolio photoshoot with First Options Models, a fantastic holiday worth €1,500, a cash prize of €1,000 generously sponsored by VF Foods and becoming the face of our “National Fish & Chips Day” media campaign, which will be seen on television, in national press, all our participating retail outlets and on our ITICA vehicles – as well as participating at ITICA events and promotions throughout the year.


ITICA is scouting for a quirky, fun loving model with a strong personality and confident attitude, the competition is open to all males and females aged over 18.

Maria Fusco, celebrity stylist and journalist, tells us, “this is a fantastic platform for all aspiring models, to win a dream placement with a top Dublin model agency, 1st Options. It’s the perfect opportunity and a once in a lifetime chance to work with reknowned photographers, stylists, corporate and fashion brands”.

The Face of ITICA will be judged by a panel of industry 

 

As a family Macari's Ratoath, Macari's Dunboyne and Sam's Takeway Leixlip each Year help raise much needed funds for St Raphaels Celbridge for the

mentally handicapped children in Celbridge.

Why not Join us this year . Its a great day out for all the family young and old .

Check out our photos in the gallery

 

Macaris is a member of The Irish Traditional Italian Chippers Association   ITICA

 

Don't forget ITICA NATIONAL FISH AND DAY COMING UP SOON 

 

About ITICA
The Irish Italian chipper culture was started by members of the Irish Italian community. The history of the Irish Italian community goes back to origins when Italians arrived in Ireland in the 1880’s. All members of this community come from the villages in Val Di Comino in Southern Italy. These families bore the names well-known at the local chipper today. The Irish Traditional Italian Chipper Association was formed to celebrate the unique identity of the traditional Italian chippers in Ireland and to mark the contribution we have made to the community.
All ITICA outlets are owned by Irish Italians who are as proud of their heritage as they are committed to preserving the hard earned reputation for serving the best fast food in Ireland.
Our Core Values
Freshly cut chips are the only chips we serve
Our customers will be treated courteously and efficiently
All meals will be prepared to the highest food safety standard
Our shops will be maintained to the highest standard
Our shops remain a safe and welcoming environment
We will support ITICA promotional activities
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