Off-trade

Top award  for SuperValu Glanmire

SuperValu Glanmire, Cork, was announced the Overall SuperValu Off-Licence of the Year Winner at this year’s Edward Dillon & Santa Rita Estates SuperValu Off-Licence of the Year Awards which took place at The Talbot Hotel, Dublin, with four SuperValu stores winning the top awards on the night.

 

Trish Feely of Santa Rita Estates with Liam Ryan, Lillian Twomey and Ross Helan of Ryan's SuperValu Glanmire, Cork, Overall Store of the Year Winner and Edward Dillon’s Chief Executive Andy O'Hara at the Edward Dillon & Santa Rita Estates SuperValu Off-Licence of the Year Awards.

Trish Feely of Santa Rita Estates with Liam Ryan, Lillian Twomey and Ross Helan of Ryan’s SuperValu Glanmire, Cork, Overall Store of the Year Winner and Edward Dillon’s Chief Executive Andy O’Hara at the Edward Dillon & Santa Rita Estates SuperValu Off-Licence of the Year Awards.

The winners were selected from over 220 SuperValu stores across Ireland from which 25 finalist stores emerged through the judging process.  All 25 attended, with SuperValue Midleton in Cork wining the Munster Store of the Year, SuperValu Balgriggan the Leinster Store of the Year and  SuperValu Carrickmacross, Monaghan, the Connacht/Ulster Store of the Year.

Guests on the night enjoyed a cocktail reception and the evening was hosted by RTE’s Shay Byrne with entertainment from Irish comedian and actress Deirdre O’Kane.

This year’s Award winners receive an exclusive trip to Argentina visiting Mendoza and the Dona Paula vineyards and exploring the sights of Buenos Aires.

Edward Dillon’s Chief Executive Andy O’Hara and Trish Feely of Santa Rita Estates presented the top award to Liam Ryan, Lillian Twomey and Ross Helan who were there on the night representing SuperValu Glanmire.

Tommie Grimes, Denis O’Brien and Garret Boyle represented SuperValu Midleton and Luke Moriarty, Sinead Brogan, Brian Carrick and Bobby Heade SuperValu Balbriggan.

Vanessa Morris and Ralph Johnson represented SuperValu Carrickmacross.

The finalist stores were judged by Rodney Trenwith and were marked on a range of criteria including overall appearance, innovation and customer service.

 

 

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