The new Maxol Mace on the Dublin Road in Dundalk was officially opened on 7 March by Irish rugby star Tommy Bowe.
The new service station, operated by Colin and Eugene Fee, has been designed to meet the needs of the local student population, offering fresh food and coffee, modern seating areas, high spec washrooms and free wifi
The opening was also celebrated with a live broadcast from the site by iRadio, adding some music and fun to the day.
Colin Fee commented,“We’re very excited to open Maxol Mace on the Dublin Road in Dundalk and we look forward to providing great service for those in the area."
Congratulating the Fee’s on their new store, Alex Banahan, Mace Sales Director added, "The new location on the Dublin Road is the perfect fit for the latest convenience concept and we look forward to welcoming local students, residents and of course commuters to Maxol Mace, situated at the heart of the community in Dundalk."
Brian Donaldson, Group General Manager, The Maxol Group said, "The opening of this new convenience destination was designed, not only to meet the needs of motorists on the go, but for the community of Dundalk, as well as the growing demand from local students for a full comprehensive service offering.
"The opening of Dublin Road is part of the Maxol Group's extensive expansion plans, with more site openings planned for the imminent future."
© 2016 - Checkout Magazine by Jenny Whelan.