Discounter Aldi has unveiled its newly revamped and extended Clonmel store following a €3.8 million overhaul.
The store has been redesigned with an environmentally friendly composition and is powered by 100% green electricity.
Clonmel Store Refurbishment
The store's refurbishment took over two months to complete, and includes the building of a new extension, which increases the shop floor space by 25%.
Featuring the retailer's award-winning Project Fresh layout and design, the floor size has been extended from 1,119 metres squared to 1,405 metres squared, and features wide aisles and hi-spec fixtures and fittings.
There are also 133 car park spaces available to Aldi shoppers, along with a bicycle rack stand.
Speaking at the store re-opening, Richard Blake, Aldi Clonmel store manager said, "Our new and improved store is fantastic news for local shoppers! The spacious design means it is easier for Clonmel customers to pick up what they need, and our aim is to ensure the very best customer shopping experience."
Aldi Presence In Tipperary
Since 2003, Aldi has invested €29.4 million in Co. Tipperary.
To date, the retailer's stores have donated almost 160,000 meals to local charities through FoodCloud.
Each store is also part of the chain's Community Grants network, with Clonmel Scout Group, Suir Haven Cancer Group, and PAWS Animal Rescue some of the several charities that availed of the €500 bursary grant last year.
Aldi currently partners with 11 Irish food and drink producers across Tipperary and spent €127 million with its Tipperary suppliers in 2021.
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