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Olé! The SuperSubs soup range has a new bean on the block.
Galway’s Ciaran Stewart has been selected as the Tullamore & District Chamber Business Person of the Year. He received the award for outstanding achievement in service, operations, marketing and public relations.
Pat McDonagh, Managing Director of Ireland’s most successful indigenous quick service family restaurant group, Supermac’s has been named as the All Ireland Marketing Champion of 2020.
I have always been partial to a dressed fry, feeling the naked chip alone is just crying out to be dressed up, dolled up and given star billing. For too long the humble chip has always been that reliable partner to all of the other goodies on offer. The reliable sidekick, the wingman to the array of burgers, and fish and luscious chicken. There have been many late work nights when I would fall into the arms of a hot chip dressed with colesaw as if it were some sort of illicit encounter.
Now I know we’ve had two major plans, one the July Stimulus Package, but the plan I want to focus on today in this column is the plan for Education and the Roadmap to get it.
120 new jobs will be created when the Portlaoise Plaza opens on Junction 17 on the M7 tomorrow Friday, July 31. The jobs were announced at the site this week by the Minister for State at the Department of Finance, Seán Fleming. The Portlaoise Plaza is part of the Supermac’s Group and will be the largest Plaza in the country, and brings the amount of people employed by the group throughout the country to over 4,000. The group consist of Supermac’s, Só Hotels and The Plaza Group.
Pat McDonagh of Supermac’s has been named the EY Industry Entrepreneur Of The Year for 2019. The gala awards last weekend was attended by more than 1,500 people including the island of Ireland’s most prominent business leaders and the Minister of Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD, who gathered to celebrate the achievements of the 24 finalists. Collectively the finalists employ more than 13,000 people and have revenues of €1.2bn.
Speculation on the next Galway senior hurling manager gathered pace last week.
The Galway Plaza has been selected as having the Best Forecourt Facilities at the annual Forecourt and Convenience Retailer Awards.
Galway tears may have been spilt on Croke Park's hallowed turf on Sunday, but manager Tim Rabbitt insists the defeat to champions Dublin is just one stop on this team's journey.