06/02/2019

Supermac's To Create 300 Jobs With Hotel & Restaurant Developments

Fast-food chain Supermac's is set to create 300 new jobs as it opens three new restaurants.

The company has also announced the redevelopment and refurbishment of three hotels; the Killeshin Hotel, Castle Oaks House Hotel and Athlone Springs Hotel.

The company's chief executive, Pat McDonagh, owns the establishments which will see 100 new job vacancies created.

200 staff will also be taken on in fast-food outlets in Wexford, Waterford and Kinegad, where construction has already begun.

Meanwhile, a further 300 jobs are also in the pipeline in Letterkenny, Longford, Ennis and Portlaoise but are subject to planning permission.

Mr McDonagh also announced his intentions to spend a further €1 million to €2m on modernisation of the Killeshin.



(JG/CM)

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