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McDonald's Carrickmines creates 60 jobs.

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Adrian Crean, managing dIrector of McDonald's Ireland, pictured with Ireland rugby international Dave Kearney and James Perry, owner operator of McDonald's Carrickmines.

McDonald's Carrickmines creates 60 jobs

A new McDonald's drive-through outlet has opened in south Dublin at a cost of €2 million, creating 60 new jobs.

A dual-lane drive-through facility, McDonald's Carrickmines will be open 24-hours a day, seven days a week. It will have self-service kiosks, allowing customers to place orders on Samsung Galaxy tablets.

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