Maxol, Ireland’s leading family owned forecourt and convenience retailer recently renovated its Ballindine service station to further expand the Centra fresh food to go forecourt offering. The new deli, healthy salad bar, and wider variety of hot food, caters to meet customers’ every need, especially those that are time poor but looking for a fast, fresh, quality meal.
Francis McDonnell, Maxol Ballindine Licensee said;
“I was appointed licensee at Ballindine two years ago and since then, based on positive customer feedback, we have gone from strength to strength, whether serving people from the local community dropping in to fill their shopping baskets for dinner, or customers passing through looking for a quality bite to eat on their journey. We are very happy with the newly refurbished store which gives us a much improved offer, and look forward to continuting to greet our customers with a great welcome, and to make sure they have a pleasant experience with us every time”.
The made to order menu options are complemented by the introduction of barista style Frank and Honest coffee choices that will satisfy even the most discerning caffeine lovers. The €400,000 investment enhances the station’s current services which include a full off-licence, butchery, ATM services, a new drive through car wash, and an extensive range of competitively priced everyday grocery essentials.
Brian Donaldson, CEO of The Maxol Group said;
“Maxol Ballindine is one of three Maxol service stations in county Mayo and we are pleased to be improving the food options for our customers. The development has created 4 new jobs at Ballindine and is part of an overall investment of over €6million in store refits by Maxol in the first half of 2018. We look forward to continuing to support Francis to make sure that quality service, tasty food, and a great cup of coffee is always on offer in Ballindine.”