The Maxol station in Maynooth supported this month’s ‘Feeding Ireland’s Future’ initiative for the second time, according to statement the forecourt retailer issued today (29 March.)
It outlined, that the programme, initiated by ‘Efficient Consumer Response Ireland’ (ECR),'encourages young unemployed people to spend a full day of training with retailers, suppliers and service providers to the Irish food and grocery sector'.
Brian Donaldson, CEO Maxol and Retail Chair of ECR, said, “As a family owned business we are only too pleased to support Feeding Ireland’s Future for a second year running at our award winning Maxol Maynooth service station."
Maxol licensee partner Conor Sherry was also at hand during the week to offer advice to the participants such as CV and interview tips.
Donaldson added,"In conjunction with our licensee partner, Conor Sherry, we feel it is the least we can do to help young unemployed people gain necessary skills and confidence in their search for employment.”
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