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Owner of Giuseppes says a ‘massive thank you’

Aidan McCausland at Giuseppes Pizzeria on John Street, Omagh.

Aidan McCausland at Giuseppes Pizzeria on John Street, Omagh.

THE owner of Giuseppes Pizzeria in Omagh has thanked all his loyal customers and staff for their ongoing support as the sizzling pizza outlet celebrates its tenth year in business this month.

The popular pizza shop, located on 9 John Street, first opened to the public in November 2006 and has since become a go-to fast food outlet for students and families alike across Omagh. “I’ve had loyal customers from the very start, but it’s always lovely to see new faces coming in and I just want to thank them all for their on-going support and loyalty,” said owner, Aidan McCausland from Omagh.

“I would also like to thank all my staff who have been invaluable over the years – Giuseppes wouldn’t have reached ten years without them.” He added, “Starting up a new business almost a decade ago was a new experience for me I saw it as a challenge. Since then, the business has grown so much and gone from strength-to-strength.

“We’re very thankful that our cus- tomers seem to love what we do, and it’s important that we continue to keep them happy. “Here at Giuseppes, we endeavour to put out a consistently excellent product.”

Giuseppes are open on weekdays from 12-2pm, and 5-11pm, while on weekends, it is open from 5pm-12am. There are unmissable lunch deals for students daily, including a small pizza with two toppings and a can for £4.

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