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Supermac’s is to spend over €35 million on Irish produce this year, according to the company’s Managing Director, Pat McDonagh.
Two young Galway men will attempt to make the final cut for the Underdogs team that will play All Ireland Champions, Dublin. Fintan O Cuanaigh from An Spidéal and St James’ GAA Clubs will be hoping to secure a final spot in the midfield position and Enda Fleming from Corofin is looking at making the cut in either the half back or half forward lines.
There have been many changes to the way of life in County Galway over the past three decades but one constant that has remained is the steadfast, loyal, support of Pat McDonagh and Supermac's to the promotion and development of Gaelic games in the county. The CEO of the family fast food restaurant sat down with the Galway Advertiser to chat about Supermac's long standing relationship with Galway GAA, the similarities between a successful sports team and a successful business, and of course, the big game.
The 2018 Supermac’s Emerging Talent Programme was launched this week by Supermac’s managing director, Pat McDonagh.
Irish farmers and suppliers are at the heart of an upcoming promotion of the grilled chicken sandwich by Supermac’s. The chain of family restaurants is launching a campaign that highlights the 100 per cent fresh Irish chicken used in the sandwich, reared by Irish farmers and served in artisan wholemeal buns supplied by Coughlan’s bakery in Naas. The Batavia lettuce and red onion are supplied by Curley’s Fresh Food in Castlegar, Co Galway, and the recommended chipotle mayonnaise is supplied by Spice O’ Life in Dunmanway, Co Cork.
Supermac’s has raised over €500,000 for the charity Trócaire since the group of family restaurants started collections almost 30 years ago.
Local Everton FC fanatic, Francis Conmy has finally gotten to visit Goodison Park to see his beloved FC play.
The Christmas countdown is on and Supermac’s deliciously popular ‘Festive 5oz’ burger is back in their outlets nationwide.
Irish soccer star Séamus Coleman has been hailed a hero after donating €2,000 to get locals Francis Conmy and Eoin Mulligan to Liverpool to watch their beloved Everton FC.
Why allow rural areas to decline creating long commutes for parents and children, asks Supermac’s chief?
The Managing Director of Supermac’s, Pat McDonagh, has said it is not acceptable that rural areas are allowed to decline while parents of young children commute long distances into already over-crowded cities.