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Supermac’s to create 200 new jobs in 2016

MD Pat McDonagh concentrating on motorway plazas and hotels

3rd January, 2016
Pat McDonagh at the Supermac’s fast food outlet at the Barack Obama Plaza in Moneygall, Co Offaly Picture: Barry Cronin

Irish fast-food chain Supermac’s is to open six new restaurants this year, creating 200 additional jobs and bringing its total employment numbers to 2,900.

While its busiest restaurant is still in Eyre Square in Galway, in the past few years, Supermac’s has turned its attention to creating destination motor services businesses on key national roads. It now owns three large plazas. Barack Obama Plaza, which opened on the M7 Motorway last year, is now joined...

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