Dealz has announced that it is set to open an additional three new Irish stores in Roscommon, Mitchelstown and Kildare over the coming month.
The discount retailer said that the Roscommon store will open on Saturday 19 September and the Kildare store will open on Saturday 10 October.
All three stores will feature a PEP&CO shop-in-shop, which features its PEP&CO home range which launched in August earlier this year, it added.
The news of the new openings come just weeks after Dealz announced the 'biggest transformation programme in its history', including refreshing and refurbishing stores and expanding into new categories.
The details of the additional three stores includes the following.
Dealz is opening a new store at Roscommon Retail Park, Circular Road, Ardsallagh More, Roscommon, creating 18 new jobs.
The premises which occupies more than 4,500 sq. ft of space was formerly occupied by a ToGo Shop.
Dealz has announced its plans to open a new store in Lower Cork Street in Mitchelstown, Cork, employing in the region of 20 staff.
This is the tenth Dealz store to open in Cork since Dealz came to Ireland in 2011.
The premises which occupies 3,500 sq. ft was previously occupied by Centra.
This weekend, Dealz will open a new outlet at Unit 20 Curragh Road, Kildare, creating 30 new jobs.
The 6,000 sq. ft store will complement the existing two Dealz stores in Kildare.
The previous tenant was Lidl, who moved to another location in the town.
Dealz recently opened a store in Rathfarnham, Dublin and has seen record sales since opening.
According to Dealz: 'Sales of PEP&CO have been a strong contributor to the store reaching above and beyond it’s sales targets.'
Olivia McLoughlin, Dealz retail country manager said: “We are delighted to be launching our new stores in Roscommon, Mitchelstown and Kildare over the coming month – it’s a sign of our ambition to grow the Dealz offering in Ireland."
“Additional job creation and investment in these new stores is part of our renewed commitment to Ireland and the communities we serve," she added.
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