Largo Foods hoping to attract crowds to Tayto Park

Crisp company Largo Foods is investing €8.5million in its new theme park, Tayto Park, which opens on Wednesday in Co Meath.

20th November, 2010

Crisp company Largo Foods is investing €8.5million in its new theme park, Tayto Park, which opens on Wednesday in Co Meath.

The park is being funded in part from the proceeds of the sale of Largo’s Czech business, as well as bank debt.

Company founder and chief executive Ray Coyle said that he hoped to attract 200,000 visitors a year to the park, which can accommodate 5,000 people. It has been in...

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