A new Lidl retailer will open up in Mitchelstown this December, generating 4 new positions in the regional group.
The store, which has gone through intensive modernization, will reopen on Thursday 2 December.
The Mitchelstown keep will carry an expense of over € 7.6 million to the area community and the four new destinations will bring the whole range of personnel in the retail outlet to 21.
The new 1,420-sq.-meter store attributes larger aisles, larger ceilings and a bakery place with freshly baked bread and pastries.
The shop will also have photovoltaic solar panels and will involve improved parking areas with improved parking lights, more spaces for the disabled, for moms and dads and youngsters.
Store supervisor Joseph Moynihan explained:
We are delighted to last but not least be in a position to reopen the doors of our Mitchelstown shop and welcome buyers to working experience the new functions and the similar great worth.
“The team has worked extremely hard to prepare the shop and with Christmas just a several months absent, it will surely be a hectic time. We look forward to welcoming consumers to the new point out-of-the-art retail store future week, Thursday December 2nd. ”