The company’s marketing manager, Joe Donnelly, reminded Wednesday that in addition to free pizza, namesakes of the American president will also have half-price drinks until the end of this week. And he did not hide the hope that the US president himself would stop.
“We thought we would try to take a risk. There could be ten Joe Bidens, but there could be a hundred. But we welcome everyone with open arms. Of course we would like to welcome him (the US president) as well,” Donelly told Irish radio station FM104.
“In the old days, you’d look in the phone book and you’d know right away. But they don’t exist anymore, so it’s hard to say,” he laughs.
“We’ve already had several online requests from people whose accounts appear to be fraudulent. We will of course require photo ID. Passport, driver’s license or birth certificate,” he added.
The head of the White House flew to the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast, on Tuesday to mark the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement. As part of his four-day trip, he moved to Ireland the next day.
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