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Harvey Norman opening in Knocknacarra with 40 new jobs

Harvey Norman Ireland are opening their newest store the country in Knocknacarra next week with 40 new jobs created for the city.

Located in Gateway Retail Park, the 60,000sq ft furniture, bedding, appliances and technology retailer is the anchor tenant of the retail park.

Peter Hearn, CEO of Harvey Norman Ireland said that they are proud to open this new Galway store, and showcase their large range of Irish made bedding and furniture.

“We’ve installed a huge kitchen display area, a games hub, a Wonder Photo Shop and more. The biggest global brands highlighted by the latest store fit design plus safe shopping measures are all in place for our Galway customers.”

“We believe in creating a superb shopping environment both in-store and online. Harvey Norman remains committed to investing in Ireland and Irish retail, our Knocknacarra store is a testament to that commitment.”

The new store is opening on Wednesday, July 22, with safe shopping measures including social distancing markings, hand sanitizers plus monitoring of in-store numbers are all in place for opening day and beyond.

Mayor of Galway City Mike Cubbard added “Many of us in Galway have anticipated the opening of Harvey Norman.

“With over 40 jobs created, Harvey Norman is committed to our local community and we look forward to supporting them.”

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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