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Centrally located on the Dublin Road, The Tack Room is the ideal place to spend a great night this festive season.
Four Mayo retailers are through to the final of Ireland’s Forecourt and Convenience Retailer Awards (IF&CR) 2016, it was announced this week. McHugh's Spar/Texaco in Ballindine is through to the 'Forecourt Category 2 with C Store 1,101-1,750 sq ft finals. Hoban’s Centra in Westport is a 'Newcomer of the Year' finalist. Corrib (SPAR) Ballyhaunis is a finalist in the 'Best Customer Service' category, while Corrib (SPAR) Swinford is a finalist in the 'Best Food to Go category'.
This October, Centra retailers are urging the people of Westmeath to put on their runners and take to the streets for Centra’s ‘Walk the World’ initiative.
Eight local Centra stores, Roche’s Centra Balla, Cuffe’s Centra Belmullet, Walsh’s Centra Kilmaine, Hennigan’s Centra Ballindine, Sheridan’s Centra Newport, Casey’s Centra Castlebar, Casey’s Centra Ballina, and Campbell’s Centra Killala, scooped the much coveted Excellence Ireland Supreme National Hygiene Award recently.
Centra retailers in Mayo employ 510 staff and source €3 million worth of products from local suppliers annually, new figures released by the company have revealed.
Mc Canns Centra Moycullen were delighted to receive the Centra Ireland Off Licence of the Year award. This is a great achievement for Serena Guihen, store manager, and John Grealish, owner; who were both delighted to win the award. Delighted with the win, store manager Serena thanked her store team.
Keogh’s Centra in Oughterard is celebrating the first anniversary of the relaunch of its domestic hardware department, which has proved very successful this year, with value, service, and great products on offer.
Cuffe’s Centra was named as a finalist for Best Convenience Store in Ireland for Hygiene and Food Safety. Cuffe’s Centra is an independent, family owned business. The store employs a dedicated, locally sourced team of 36 people which prides itself on creating a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and providing the highest quality of produce. The Black Tie event, which celebrates the highest standards of quality and excellence in Irish business, was held at The Double Tree by Hilton in Dublin and was attended by The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD and was presented by Irish opera singer and TV personality Carol Anne Lowe.
Centra spent €8 million in local communities around its 13 stores across County Westmeath in 2013. Centra’s ‘Community Impact Study’ shows this contribution is made through a combination of payments to local suppliers, acquisition of local business services, wages, charitable donations, and local sponsorships.
Centra’s, Ireland’s number one convenience retailer, community impact study reveals that Centra stores in Mayo sourced €3 million worth of products from local suppliers and contributes more than €117,000 in donations or sponsorship commitments to more than 245 local charities, community groups, schools, and sports clubs. As well as supporting local suppliers in 2013, stores also spent a substantial €688,000 with businesses in Mayo communities where its stores are located in 2013.