Dealz to create 30 jobs in Dublin

Dealz to create 30 jobs in Dublin

Discount retailer Dealz will open its ninth store in the Republic of Ireland this Thursday, creating 30 jobs for Dublin.

Located, at Unit 95 C, Omni Shopping Centre in Santry, with a retail space of over 8,000 sqft, Dealz Omni will be the newest edition to the Dealz Dublin portfolio with a store also located in Blanchardstown.

The new store brings the total number of jobs created to date in Dublin to 60 with Dealz employing almost 300 people in Ireland.

Commenting about the new store opening Dealz senior business manager Leonard Brassel said: “We are very excited to be expanding the Dealz portfolio in Dublin with the opening of our new store in the Omni Shopping Centre.

“The new store will be the ninth Dealz store to open in Ireland to date creating 30 new jobs for the Dublin area.

“Dealz are committed to bringing amazing value every day to customers with our €1.49 price point as we are looking forward to expanding further across Ireland in 2012.”

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