Maxol Castletroy Unveils New Look After Renovations
Maxol Castletroy has unveiled its new look after undergoing major renovations, which saw the addition of a new double bay drive-through car wash centre, new fuel pumps and underground storage tanks, a...
Maxol Castletroy has unveiled its new look after undergoing major renovations, which saw the addition of a new double bay drive-through car wash centre, new fuel pumps and underground storage tanks, and better customer car parking to the Limerick service station.
The Maxol Group purchased Chawke's, located near the Dublin Road, in April of this year, and went on to invest heavily in improving its facilities, as well as giving its Centra convenience store a new look.
Maxol licensee Tom Duggan, who has managed the Castletroy business since 2000, commented, “I’m so proud of the new forecourt facilities here at Maxol Castletroy and I can’t wait to show all our customers our new look and improved service offering.”
Speaking about the improved convenience store offering, he said, “Our delicatessen has an extensive fresh food offering and we also have a considerable off-licence. We really have a lot more than what you might expect from a convenience store and we offer our customers great value."
Duggan also thanked the store’s customers for their patience during the refurbishment, adding that, “Now that our journey is complete, I’m sure they will see that we can now offer them something far superior and very much worth waiting for.”
Pictured are Dermot O'Toole, Sales and Marketing Manager, Maxol and Licensee Tom Duggan, with Maxol Regional Manager, Eddie Devine, Assistant Manager Daniel Cebernik and the previous owner of the site, Tom Chawke
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