RTÉ’s Marty Morrissey was master of ceremonies at the recent launch of the newly opened XL Cloghan store on Thursday 13 April, when members of the local community were invited to share in the celebrations.
There was plenty to keep the whole family entertained at the launch, including balloon-modelling, stilt walkers and glitter tattoos, and a host of tasty treats on offer.
XL Cloghan provides employment to 21 people locally, and XL’s newest retailer, Martin Grogan, was “delighted” with the turnout on the day.
“We are very excited to provide this valuable service to the people of Cloghan,” Grogan said.
“We are offering a large selection of food-to-go and dinner options, including O’Reilly’s award-winning fish and chips, and the feedback we have received since opening has been brilliant.”
Fastest-Growing Retail Symbol Brand
XL is Ireland’s fastest-growing retail symbol brand and offers its retailers a flexible market-leading package, which enables them to tailor their shop to consumer needs, react quickly to changing market conditions, and help grow their business.
Commenting at the launch, Paul Bealin, sales director, BWG cash-and-carry (owners and operators of the XL brand in Ireland), said, “XL retailers are also passionate about providing value to their customers, and this is something that Martin also recognises and delivers on for his customers.
“Working closely with our innovation and fresh-food teams, this store’s offering is second to none.
“We have worked hard over the last number of months and years to grow the XL brand, and our ambition is manifesting in this first-ever ‘greenfield site’ addition to the XL family,” Bealin added.
“XL Cloghan Service Station will deliver great value, choice, service, and exciting consumer promotions to the local community and customers.”