Lifestyle Sports sales ‘to grow by 11 per cent’

Lifestyle Sports, the Irish-owned sports retailer, is on course to increase sales by more than 11 per cent to €150 million this year, according to Andrew Sharkey, its managing director.

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Ian Kehoe

26th March, 2005

Lifestyle Sports, the Irish-owned sports retailer, is on course to increase sales by more than 11 per cent to €150 million this year, according to Andrew Sharkey, its managing director.

Sharkey said the chain had opened or redeveloped four new outlets in the past six months and planned to open stores in Sligo and Limerick in the coming months.

Lifestyle now has more than 52 shops in the Republic, with a further 14 in the North, he said.

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