Together For Yes Pop-up Shop opens in Dublin City Centre
Campaign hopes t-shirts, badges, and stickers will be ‘conversation starters’ in the lead up to the referendum
Meltdown, Dublin’s newest communal pop up, a home away from home, is launching this Friday 13 April at 7pm. Along with coffee and sandwiches Meltdown will also be serving up some Together for Yes t-shirts, badges, and stickers.
Sarah Monaghan of Together for Yes said “We are thrilled to be finally able to offer all of the Together for Yes community an opportunity to buy our branded merchandise in the city centre with all proceeds going directly into the campaign for a Yes vote on May 25.”
“The Together for Yes Campaign focuses on having conversations about abortion and the need for caring and compassionate healthcare for women in Ireland. We have been inundated with requests for our merchandise from supporters across the country. We know when people wear our t-shirts and badges, it helps to start those all important conversations.”
With a selection of mouth-watering melted sambos and speciality coffee during the day, then cheese boards and wine at night, Meltdown offers delicious comforts in a casual, relaxed space. At the launch, there’ll be plenty of food and drink from their new menu, and some tunes.
Owner Maeve O’Malley says “With two floors in Dublin City centre, we at Meltdown hope to assist the community with real change. So for our three month pop up we are supporting the ‘Together for Yes’ movement and other community activities.”
“We at Meltdown are passionate about this issue and we are encouraging like minded folk to utilise our space for the greater good,” she continues “We are excited to support any and all activities that benefit the community and instill positivity. From meditation to meet ups, movies to music, the doors at Meltdown are open to all!”
Meltdown, 23-27 Stephen Street, Dublin 2
8am – 11pm Monday – Friday
12pm – 11pm Saturday and Sunday.