New Clonmel store to create 60 new jobs
Northern Ireland retail chain Menarys opened a new store in Clonmel last Friday that's set to create sixty new jobs.
The new store, with 16,500 square ft, opened in the former ESB office in O’Connell Street.
Menarys is a name synonymous with Irish retail and is one of the longest established family owned department store groups in Ireland, which was founded in 1923 in Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. Now with 18 stores, Menarys has become a favourite for all of the family offering the best in fashion, accessories, homewares and beauty.
The Menarys and Tempest store was officially opened by Deputy Mayor Joe Leahy.
Said Menarys director, Philip McCammon - “This is our fifth opening here in recent years and we are really looking forward to bringing a fresh dynamic to retail in the South East. With stores in Carrick on Shannon, Santry, Letterkenny and Tullamore we feel that the time is right to bring a premiere department store to Clonmel.”
“Customers can expect the biggest variety of brands, exceptional value and excellent customer service as well as plenty of inspiration for your wardrobe and home all year round. If you like to look the part, then make sure to visit our ladies fashion department with brands including Gerry Weber, Dash, Eastex and Femme & Bassini.”
Another exciting addition to Clonmel retail is the vibrant Tempest store for fashionistas who want to wear the latest runway looks at affordable prices. The Tempest brand has been developed over the past ten years and brings a one stop shopping destination for 15-30 year olds in 10 locations throughout Ireland.
Stephen McCammon, Tempest director says - “Tempest has the biggest high street labels with a range of cutting edge fashion and footwear brands that offer the variety and choice that the younger shopper wants on a weekly basis. It has the convenience of a department store but the atmosphere offers shoppers a distinct retail therapy experience.”
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