Caroline’s gifts are a real hit

CAROLINE Eivers lives in Louth Village and has just set up her own online business I Do 4

CAROLINE Eivers lives in Louth Village and has just set up her own online business I Do 4

I Do 4 is Ireland’s largest provider of wholesale and retail bomboniere party gifts and favours for every occasion.

Caroline can help you to transform each important occasion in you and your family’s life into a fabulous and enjoyable event, something on each table for each guest to take home.

From your wedding day to baptisms, communions and confirmations to debs, Caroline has the wow factor to impress your guests.

For your special occasion can order on-line and get those small gifts to leave on tables and make each of your guests feel happy and welcome.

“I was working in the hotel trade and spotted an opening,” said Caroline who has extensive experience as a sales and marketing manager.

She has manges some of this country’s leading sporting, corporate and charity events including the visit of the legendary Mohamed Ali.

“I have a lot of experience of high profile functions,” she said. “But I found it difficult to get something for the tables, gifts to suit people’s personalities or interests.

“These items have been available in the States for quite some time, gifts more representative of personality.

“But here there was little individually, so I decided to do something about it.

“I buy them in bulk and can then pass them on to the customer, working through the website which is now live.”

Originally from Clontarf in Dublin city, Caroline now lives with her family at Mullacrew near Louth village.

“We love it here,” she said. “You have al the amenities without having to live in a town or city.

“My house is 12 minutes from Monaghan, 15 minutes from the border and forty minutes from Dublin. It’s ideal.”

Caroline also provides expertise to small businesses.

“I help them to put their best foot forward when it comes to branding and marketing,” she said.

“I get them to focus on and utilise their best assets.

“You have to create strong branding whether it’s through a website, cards or other simple means.

“It doesn’t cost a lot of money.

“It’s really a matter of belief in yourself and your product and commitment.

“In this day and age, people want to do business with people.

“People are all you’ve got. You have to give good service. Service has to be impeccable.

And her own service I DO 4 is exactly that: a first class service which provides modest gifts at very modest prices - they go from 1.90 euro - the kind of touch that can give your big event that important touch of class.

Caroline puts people first, and that’s the mark of a first class business.