Supermac’s branches feeling chipper

Site Manager for Galway Plaza, Paul Kennedy and Supermac’s Manager Glyness Bustos accepting the Sales Performance of the Year Award from Pat and Una McDonagh at the Annual Supermac’s All Star Awards held in Lough Rea Hotel & Spa.
Site Manager for Galway Plaza, Paul Kennedy and Supermac’s Manager Glyness Bustos accepting the Sales Performance of the Year Award from Pat and Una McDonagh at the Annual Supermac’s All Star Awards held in Lough Rea Hotel & Spa.

Three Supermac’s outlets in Galway were the recipients of Supermac’s All Stars Awards at an event in the Loughrea Hotel and Spa last week.

Supermac’s in the Galway Shopping Centre won the award for Quality Assurance and Supermac’s in The Galway Plaza won the Award for Best Sales performance in 2017. Supermac’s Tuam Road, Galway was the big winner on the night having been named as named Company Outlet of the Year.

Speaking at the event Supermac’s MD, Pat McDonagh, paid tribute to the Galway teams by saying that the outstanding achievement reflected the hard work that is needed in the current market.

“The food service sector is changing and it is testament to the work that is being carried out by our staff in the 108 outlets we currently have the country that we are still the publics choice when it comes to quality food at a reasonable price,” he said.

It is 40 years since Supermac’s first opened its doors in Ballinasloe and a year later made its first venture outside of County Galway by opening an outlet on O’Connell St in Ennis. This year, the group of family restaurants chain will open six new outlets in the first half of 2018 bringing the total amount of outlets to 114.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.