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Supermac's continues the charge to end the race to the bottom for fast food in Ireland, by continuing to take the public's need for transparency and provenance into account.
Moate Business College will hold its annual art exhibition on Thursday, May 19, at 7.30pm in the art studios based on the college campus.
The first Supermac's opened its doors in 1978 on Main Street, Ballinasloe. Since that first opening Supermac's has grown steadily, its restaurants becoming a firm fixture in towns and cities across Ireland. There is always one nearby when you have a hankering for a Mighty Mac, even on the Aran Islands. Supermac's sponsors arts, culture, and sport within the communities it operates in, including its association with Galway hurling which is the longest running inter-county GAA sponsorship in the country, well over 20 years. In 2013 a new deal was signed seeing both hurling and football in Galway sponsored by one organisation for the first time. The new deal includes sponsorship of Galway football and hurling across all age groups from underage through to minor, u21 and senior.
Galway received a jobs boost yesterday with the announcement by Supermac's founders Pat and Una McDonagh that 100 jobs are to be created at the country's latest motorway service station on the M6 at Kiltullagh. The couple will also employ a further 220 people in the future due to plans for three further plaza developments nationwide over the next two years.
The Salerno 5k SuperRun will take place on May 9 with students, family members, staff and friends of Salerno invited to walk, jog or run the 5k route in aid of a new sports hall for Salerno Secondary School.