Honor your father and mother with a royal title

Website:Celtic Titles

With Mother’s Day fast approaching and Father’s Day not far behind, people might be wracking their brains trying to figure out what to get their spouse or parents. Why not a royal title? It’s easy and the new Lord or Lady will be able to boast about being a titled person.

Titles are distributed from Celtic Titles, a leading innovator in land preservation. By purchasing a souvenir plot of land on Slievekirk Wood Estate in Ardmore, Ireland, recipient gets the title of Lord of Ardmore or Lady of Ardmore.

Recipients receive a certificate of title, a letter depicting the precise location of the plot and the registration code, and a few other goodies. The best part is the bragging rights though. How exciting it feels to bestow on someone an Irish title. And your mom or dad (or spouse) will feel like a king or queen. Well, actually a Lord or Lady.

The plots range in size from one square foot to one thousand square feet. The smallest plot is a mere $60. That is less than a bouquet of flowers and it lasts forever.

In addition to this amazing and unique gift, buyers help the environment and the beautiful land of Ireland. The proceeds go to help fund the rescuing of woodlands, tree planting, maintenance, and acquisition of land as risk of development. So this is basically a win-win situation. You help the land and get a fun gift in the process. And those holding the title are welcome to visit their plot of land any time.

You don’t have to be Irish to have an Irish title. This is one of the most imaginative, fun, and unique ways to show your love and appreciation this Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. The only problem is coming up with a way to top this next year!

For more information go to their website to purchase the land/title, and other goodies.

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