Dealz owner Pepco has announced that it will open a new store in Limerick on 23 September (tomorrow).
Pepco, which has over 4,000 stores across 21 European countries, is a one-stop shop for food, health and beauty, fashion, homewares, toys, and key household items.
The latest opening comes after Dealz completely revamped seven of its Irish stores, giving them top-to-bottom makeovers and converting them to the Pepco brand.
Limerick will be the eighth Pepco store in Ireland, adding to the stores in Santry (Omni Shopping Centre), Finglas Main Centre, the Park at Carrickmines, the Courtyard at Newbridge, Galway Shopping Centre, the Square Tallaght, and Abbeycourt, in Tralee.
According to the discounter, the initial seven converted stores have been welcomed by customers, who’ve appreciated the ranges, wide aisles, and clean and modern environment.
Three Key Retail Brands
Alongside Dealz and Poundland, Pepco is one of three key retail brands operated by the Pepco Group and headquartered in Poznań, Poland.
Olivia McLoughlin, trading country operations manager for both Pepco and Dealz in Ireland, said, “We’re delighted at the initial reaction to our Pepco stores in Ireland, and we’re extremely excited to be opening our newest Pepco store in Limerick.
“We’ve been working hard to ensure we bring the items that we know our customers already love, along with much more.
“We know purse strings are tight for many families throughout Ireland, and that’s why we also know the value we offer will matter.”