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8! S u p e r V a l u

H o w d o y o u sleep at night k n o w i n g y o u are one o f t w o m a i n a n c h o r tenants in the new multi-million p o u n d E y r e Square shopping centre? " V e r y b a d l y " says the new S u p e r V a l u m a n a g e r P a t M c N a m a r a .
But it's not because he is afraid of the challenge. Pat danger of reaching McNamara is ready to go. He confidently predicts that saturation point when it when Galway sees how magnificent the new centre is and comes to the food trade. He learns the pleasure of shopping at SuperValu that everyone believes the competition will be on to a winner. "Between Roches Stores and amongst the big ourselves we will swing the food business back into the supermarkets in the city centre of Galway," he says "and that is where it belongs". will benefit the customer. Pat McNamara, at 39 parent M u s g r a v e C a s h Naturally, he also believes years old, appears the ideal and Carry. SuperValu will have the Their choice for his new job. A philosophy is; A National edge. Roscommon man he group acting locally. They "Galway city centre is worked with Dunnes for buy the site and sell on to accessible from its suburbs thirteen years in Dublin. an independent trader. unlike Dublin or Cork. When they asked him to go They provide a full back up There are magnificent car back to the West and service including the trade park facilities at the Eyre manage Dunnes at Westside name Supervalu which has Square Centre and we have he jumped at the chance. a proven record for quality a few tricks up our sleeves Now, after three years there and service. SuperValu have regarding our he changes team to head the 135 independently owned merchandise" says Pat. SuperValu challenge in supermarkets throughout Galway. Ireland and have over 12 SuperValu has done a lot "Anyone who has per cent of the national of research on the quality of worked in the food business grocery market. food people want. Of their in Ireland has nothing but The Galway SuperValu is new 20

This is the first time that a SuperValu store will be a main anchor tenant in a major shopping centre. One of their big selling points is their emphasis on hygiene. In fact they have won more Irish Quality

The project to establish a Recylcing Centre to dispose of waste in Galway is continuing. A fund raising drive will be run by the local En vironmental R e s o u r c e Centre and The Body Shop this Friday and Saturday, 26th and 27th of April. A range of Body Shop posters will be on sale in the shop, and donations will be accepted over the counter. According to the organisers, Galway badly needs a Recycling Centre. Initially this centre will accept only used beverage cans for recycling, but plans are underway to enable the centre to accept glass and old fridges and freezers. T h e harmful C.F.C. gasses which deplete the ozone layer will be ex tracted for safe disposal. The organisers are ap pealing to everybody to buy a poster or give a donation.

PAT McNAMARA--Ready to go at SuperValu.

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KLINGE PHARMA announce the appointmemnt of Nicola A. Wellotte as their sales representative to the West. Nicola originally from Mountbellew, Co. Galway, graduated from U . C . G . with a science degree. She worked extensivley in America in sales and Marketing but is glad to be back in the West. Her interests include horseriding and canoeing.

I . C . E . Computer Ser vices Ltd. have just com menced a major expan sion and renovation pro gramme to their premises in F r . Griffin R o a d Galway. This extension will give a further 1,400 Sq. Ft. of office space which will be used for additionaL training rooms and conference centre facilities. I.C.E. are the longest established Recruitment Agency in the West of Ireland, and since 1982 have also been providing a comprehensive service in the Training and Develop ment area. The courses that are run. in I.C.E.'s training centre are developed to suit the specific requirements of individuals and companies. Their facilities include the most up to date computer equipment and software available. I.C.E. have also a major computer sales division selling mini computers and a wide range of micro com puters. Software for both types of computers and a wide range of micro com puters. Software for both types of computers is designed and written by their software division bas ed in Fr Griffin Road.

Reliability of Electronic Systems--Training course on Saturday, April 27th at Euro M.T.C., Ballybane Industrial Estate.

Information: Natalie McGrath. Tel. 091-57999.
Network (Western Branch) invite women to lecture: "Assertive Communication Skills;' Corrib Great Southern Hotel, May 1st at 9 p.m. Information: Mary Larkin. Tel. 091--31022.

For details:

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ISO 9000--Executive briefing on Wednesday, May 1st,
at Euro M.T.C., Ballybane Industrial Estate. Information: Natalie McGrath. Tel. 091--57999. . The Family Business--Taxation, planning and management (in association with S.K.C.) presented by Galway Chamber of Commerce at Ardilaun Hotel, May 8th, 9.15 a.m. to 1 p.m. Information: Angela Cormican. Tel. 091--63536.

Augustine Court, 15/17 Augustine Street, Galway Telephone 091-67743-68395-65607/8

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