TO celebrate the completion of their stunning new store and forecourt, McCullagh’s SPAR Classic Service Station is hosting a ‘Spooktacular Open Day’ just in time for Halloween. The special event, which features face painting, balloon modelling and even a bouncy castle, will take place on Saturday, October 29 from 11am to 3pm.
Located at 14 Dromore Road, Omagh the new SPAR store is proud to be one of the largest shop and petrol stations in Ireland after undergoing a two-year long development. Its new forecourt boasts 10 fuelling positions and 35 spaces are available for parking.
Established 24 years ago, the family-run business currently employs almost 50 staff members, while members of the McCullagh family – Terence, Briege, Jonathan and Terry all play an active role. Its state-of-the-art facilities, which include a large deli, hot food counter and chippy, also offers a large seating area for customers to relax and enjoy their food.
Great value Sunday dinners are available at £4.99, and a wide range of McCullagh’s own label take-home meal solutions are ideal for those looking fresh home-made food without the hassle. ‘The Chippy’ is open everyday from 12noon to 12midnight.
Trading under the SPAR symbol, the store has everything you need, and a huge emphasis is placed on
providing locally-sourced produce from local suppliers. This ensures that the freshest products and the best value are always available.
The GO branded forecourt provides quality assured fuels that you can trust, and aims to offer the cheapest prices locally for fuel. Home heating oil and red diesel are also available at the pumps.
“We are very much a local family- run business,” said store owner Jonathan McCullagh. “We employ local people and buy from local suppliers, thus supporting the local community.
“We are very proud of our new store and forecourt and would like to invite everyone along to our Halloween-themed open day which will have something for all the family.’’
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