24 hour ‘Tweetaton’ for Irish Autism Action

Tweetaton is a unique, quirky and a really good positive story for St Joseph’s Secondary School Rochfortbridge and for Irish Autism Action.

Tweetaton is a unique, quirky and a really good positive story for St Joseph’s Secondary School Rochfortbridge and for Irish Autism Action.

It starts this Friday, March 8 at 6pm and the idea is the brainchild of Michael Moran from Digital Eire company based in Lough Sheever in Mullingar and has obtained huge sponsorship support.

Michael is pushing all the buttons to make this a success including jumping out of a plane and tweeting in the air recently and also getting his head shaved but on Sunday last he along with almost 20 others climber the Croagh Patrick Mountain in Mayo and tweeted going up and coming back down.

The beautiful scenic views from the top were breathtaking as Michael continued on his mission to grow the project www.tweetaton.com So far over €12,000 has been raised for #SJRAI and the money keeps flowing in. Michael has 100 tweetaton t-shirts for pubs or shops to purchase as sponsorship and raffle to their customers. To purchase / sponsor one of these items is €50 with all proceeds going to the two worthy causes. Contact Michael Moran www.digitaleire.com 044-9396892 086-6024850 michael@digitaleire.com

You can also go online to www.tweetaton.com and just donate whatever you can afford to support. It couldn’t be easier.

The public is being encouraged to help drive this event not just nationally, but internationally, by getting involved, tweeting and retweeting throughout the 24 hours.

To follow the 24 hour tweetaton, take part in the debates, donate or support please log on to www.tweetaton.com or follow the three accounts on twitter @Detweetaton, @Detweetatoncool, @DEtweetatoncoy.