The powers-that-be at Irish fast-food chain Supermacs earlier this year announced that the company was set to open up a brand new outlet in Headford, County Galway. Today saw the chain's first day of service, opening the new store for a family fun day.
The new location will be the 108th of its kind in the country, and the 8th Supermacs in County Galway. The new venture is expected to create 20 new jobs in the area.
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New owners Ger Monaghan and Ann Monaghan spoke to the Connacht Tribune about the venture:
“This is a new era for us. I have recently become the Supermac’s franchisee in Headford and I am delighted with the reception I have received from local families in particular. Our staff, some of whom have been with us for up to 30 years, are key to what it is that we do here and delivering a top-class service and putting the customer at the heart of the decision-making process has been the way that my family has done its business for over 80 years and it has worked well for us.''