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  • Northside East

M&S opens in Omni

Tuesday, 5th December, 2017 7:58am
M&S opens in Omni

The M&S team pictured at the opening of the new Marks & Spencer Foodhall store in Omni Park Shopping Centre, Santry. PHOTO: KIERAN HARNETT

M&S opens in Omni

The M&S team pictured at the opening of the new Marks & Spencer Foodhall store in Omni Park Shopping Centre, Santry. PHOTO: KIERAN HARNETT

THERE was great excitement in Santry last Thursday morning when hundreds of locals gathered for the unveiling of the new Marks & Spencer Foodhall.

Store manager Richie Fahey celebrated the opening with 55 new M&S colleagues - many recruited from the local area - by cutting the ribbon and welcoming the first customers into the store.  

He was joined by two long-serving M&S staff members Alison Moore and Brian Conlon.  

Alison and Brian have worked for M&S for 31 years and 27 years respectively, and both live locally so were delighted to have the opportunity to become part of the new store team.

Mr Fahey said: “I am so proud of the team for their efforts in preparing the store for its opening. We are looking forward to working with, and becoming part of, the Santry community over the next few years.”  

 

 

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