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Mac move is to stop trademark bullying says Supermacs’ chief

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In a significant move in the ongoing trademark dispute between Supermac’s and fast food giant McDonald’s, Supermac’s has asked the EU regulator to cancel the use of the Big Mac trademark registered by McDonald’s under certain classes. The request has been formally submitted to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) by Supermac’s which has asked that it take effect immediately on the basis that McDonald’s is engaged in trademark bullying.

Supermac’s Move Into The Fast Lane

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We are confident that we have designed a car that is fast, competitive and Irish so we can take our place at the top table again -Pat McDonagh

The Galway Plaza Celebrates First Anniversary with A Family Funday

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The Galway Plaza in Kiltullagh will celebrate its first birthday this Sunday, 12th March from 12-5pm with a Family Fun Day. The grounds of The Galway Plaza, located at Junction 16 on the M6 Motorway, will be filled with fun things to do for all ages with and young kids in particular will be treated to a day of top class entertainment including face painting, balloon modelling, stilt walkers and prizes in the Plaza itself. The Galway Plaza has become well known for great events following on from last year’s Biker Fest, The Supercar Show, The Cannonball Run and the Snow Globe event at Christmas. All these events were a huge success and the birthday celebration aims to be the most entertaining event yet.

Supermac’s is changing the industry

Supermac's has launched a new light sandwich recently. It is a 100 per cent fresh, never frozen, grilled chicken breast sandwich, and as well as the chicken being 100 per cent fresh it is also 100 per cent Irish. Each sandwich is made to order so the chicken breast does not touch the grill until you order it. It is served in a wholemeal bun with locally supplied red onion, batavia lettuce, chipotle mayonnaise, and seasoning from West Cork. It tastes great and it is good for you as (and this is the really good news) it has fewer than 350 calories and five grams of fat, depending on the sauce you select. It has proven so far to be a very popular addition to the menu. The sandwich has a points score of seven Smart Points on the Weightwatchers SmartPoints Calculator when light mayo is used.

Local success for managers at annual Supermac’s All Stars Awards

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BY DECLAN VARLEY

Tasty and tempting as new Supermacs service station brings thirty jobs to Charlestown

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Thirty new jobs came on stream last Friday with the opening of Charlestown Service Station, conveniently located on the N17 just off the N5.

Enda’s back on the high seas again

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Here on board the Kilcullen Voyager I am attempting to be the first Irishman, and indeed Galwayman to circumnavigate our planet solo non-stop. Now I am the middle of the Atlantic between South America and South Africia, this is our second week at sea and we hope to be at the Equator by the weekend.

New Oranmore petrol station 'a total waste of public money'

A county councillor has called the proposal for a new service station, less than 5km from Oranmore, "a total waste of public money".

Salad days

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Supermac's is probably not the first place that springs to mind when you think about popping out to pick up a salad, but that is just about to change. As part of the popular SuperSubs brand, three new signature salads have been launched, including a vegetarian option, just in time for the summer season. This is in addition to the excellent existing SuperSubs menu that includes wraps, subs and soups, found at selected Supermac’s restaurants around the country.

McHugh’s of Ballindine celebrates tenth birthday with local teams and families

McHugh’s of Ballindine celebrated its 10th birthday recently with local families and members of sports teams sponsored by Seamus Gallagher and Danny McHugh, owners of the motor services site.

 

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