*Jonathan Diver, Circle K Senior Director Retail Sales & Operations Dealers, Grainne Talty, MACE Lissycasey, Liam Attridge, MACE Regional Manager, Máire Talty, MACE Lissycasey, Willie O’Byrne, Managing Director, BWG Foods, TJ Talty and Cathal Talty, MACE Lissycasey , and Daniel O’Connell, MACE Sales Director. Photograph: Eamon Ward

There were big celebrations in Lissycasey recently as the popular Talty’s MACE store celebrated their new look store and their forty fifth birthday with a community fun day.

Since 1974, Talty’s has been trading to the Lissycasey community and has been aiming to develop a constantly improving store to deal with their growing customer base. Known for its award winning fresh food offering, it has extended it’s store scratch bakery and won the Best in Fresh Award in 2018.

The birthday fun day had plenty of activities to keep people entertained and the Talty family, MACE Lissycasey store owners were thrilled with the day,

Cathal Talty said they were very pleased with the community fun day, “It’s great to be a part of the local Lissycasey community with our passionate family run business and we want to take this opportunity to celebrate with our customers. We value our community and are privileged to be able to hire 16 full-time and 15 part-time staff”.

Congratulating the Talty family and their team on the new look store opening and birthday, Daniel O’Connell, MACE Sales Director noted “Talty’s MACE Lissycasey is a credit to the Talty family and colleagues. They have worked tirelessly to bring the store up to this first class standard. We wish them the best of luck with this venture.”

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