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Top Oil Announce The Opening Of Two Connacht Sites

Published on Dec 13 2018 2:50 PM in Retail tagged: Mace / Forecourt / Top Oil / Network Fuel Card

Top Oil Announce The Opening Of Two Connacht Sites

Top Oil, the family-owned fuel services provider, has officially opened its latest forecourt station in Charlestown, County Mayo and a new Top Oil Network Fuel Card site in Cornamona, County Galway.

In Charlestown, the new site will feature a Mace forecourt store, which had a Community Festive Fun Day running all afternoon at the site to celebrate the official opening.

The Mace forecourt will offer customers a range of products and services including a hot and cold deli, bakery, seating area, Insomnia coffee station, full off-license, ATM, and Lotto and Payzone facilities.

It will also have a car wash facility.

Top Oil Cornamona

In Cornamona, the new Network Fuel Card site is located in the Gaeltacht region and will be run by local distributor Máirtín Seoighe.

Seoighe has entered a long-term partnership with the fuel provider and will now provide the local community with a 24-hour fuel facility. The site has two 24-hour high-speed HGV pumps and a 24-hour retail diesel and gas oil pump.

Members of the Connacht Rugby team were on hand to celebrate the opening of the new Top Oil site and greet members of the public.

“Top Mace Charlestown and Top Oil Cornamona are two fantastic new locations to serve the people of Charlestown and Cornamona and their wider communities,” Cliona Ni Mhúrchú, regional sales manager, said.

“We at Top Oil are delighted to be involved two great ventures, which supports the local community and also creating local jobs. We know that Padraic and Máirtín with their teams will make a great success of their new ventures with Top Oil, and we wish him the very best from all of us in Top Oil.”

The group sells over 1.3 billion litres of fuel, annually, throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland.

© 2018 Checkout – your source for the latest Irish retail news. Article by Aidan O’Sullivan. Click subscribe to sign up for the Checkout print edition. 

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