Circle K has opened a service station in Grange, Co. Sligo on the 8 July.
Speaking about the opening of Circle K Grange, Paul Dixon, senior director of retail sales and operations, Circle K Ireland commented, “We are proud to officially add Circle K Grange to our company owned network today, as we continue to cater for the needs of customers in rural areas across Ireland.
“We are excited to offer our premium range of products to the people of Grange Co. Sligo and road users travelling the area; from our superior quality next generation miles fuel to our Circle K Coffee specially brewed for the Irish market”.
The filling station opened initially in 2000, and with the redevelopment will now offer a wide range of products and services including Circle K’s deli menu, which includes a 15,000 combinations.
Also available in-store will be Circle K Coffee, the retailer’s sweet and smooth coffee blend, its K-Freeze iced drink range, a wide selection of freshly baked goods as well as soft serve ice cream.
The new store will have a new deli and food on the go offerings for those on the move.
Circle K Grange will retain the popular takeaway offer on site, which will reopen in July with a fresh look and feel.
According to the fuel and convenience retailer, the new store will use the SafePay end to end closed cash system to enhance levels of security and create a safer environment for customers and the 22 employees at Circle K Grange.
With SafePay meaning cash never needs to be handled manually, it also benefits staff by significantly reducing the level of administrative activity associated with traditional cash handling.
Circle K’s next generation miles fuel will be also available to customers at the new Grange location, as well as an EV charging station and a carwash that will be opening at the end of July, it added.
The new site is located in Grange, Co. Sligo and will be open Monday to Saturday from 6:30am to 10:30pm, and on Sunday’s from 7:30am to 10:30pm.
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