Leading convenience retailer Centra unveiled its newly revamped Clogher store to the public on Saturday, November 23, after a significant £2 million refurbishment.
The investment brings a boost of 12 jobs to the locality and provides enhanced convenience to both local customers in Clogher and those travelling the main Belfast/Enniskillen route.
Owned by local retailer John McDade, who also operates Centra Ballygawley, the store is the latest expansion to the Centra NI portfolio.
Nigel Maxwell, Sales Director, Centra Northern Ireland, said: “At Centra, our focus is on redefining convenience – providing our shoppers with a healthier offering and innovative ranges, particularly in food-to go and our Frank and Honest coffee brand.
“Centra Clogher is a great example of providing shoppers with what they want – fresh, nutritious, inspiring and delicious food that is quick, easy and offers value for money. We wish John and his team every success.”
The bright and contemporary store combines high convenience with an expanded food-to-go offering, boasting a hot and cold deli, a Green Kitchen (Centra’s salad offering) and the introduction of Frank and Honest coffee.
For an enhanced shopping experience, Centra Clogher also features self-scan tills, a comfortable seating area and complimentary wi-fi to provide customers with a dedicated space to dine-in and take some time out.
Access to the state-of-the-art forecourt site was improved with the introduction of a dedicated entrance and exit while 40 car spaces and six lorry spaces allows for significant parking onsite.
Owner John McDade said: “We are delighted with the new look and feel of our store and would like to thank our customers for their continued support during the refurbishment works.”