Talty's Lissycasey ShelfLife C-Store Awards

Ireland’s top grocery retailers and brands gathered at the Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire to attend the prestigious ceremony for the ShelfLife National C-Store Awards, which is the only comprehensive and independently judged business accolades for the convenience store sector.

 

Originally due to be held in November 2021, the ceremony was postponed due to the increase of Covid-19 hospitalisations occurring at that time, and to ensure the safety of all involved. Proving the adage that good things come to those who wait, Talty’s MACE Lissycasey was presented with a bronze award in the Convenience Store of the Year (Medium) category at the ceremony.

 

Congratulating the Clare store, Peter Dwan, MACE Sales Director said: “I want to extend my heartfelt congratulations to the Talty family and all the staff in Talty’s MACE Lissycasey on being awarded a bronze medal on this national stage. The store and staff are very deserving of this industry accolade and we are very proud of their achievements.”

 

Kevin McNamee’s Londis, Ennis was presented with a bronze award in the Convenience Store of the Year (Large) category at the ceremony.

McNamees ShelfLife C-Store Awards

 

Congratulating the Clare store, Conor Hayes, Londis Sales Director said: “I want to extend my heartfelt congratulations to the Kevin McNamee and all the staff in McNamee’s Londis in Ennis on being awarded a bronze medal on this national stage. The store and staff are very deserving of this industry accolade and they are great champions for the Londis brand.”

 

The ShelfLife C-Store Awards were set up to acknowledge stores and individuals that set the standards for the industry.

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