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Comment #1460375 by Aideen Pollard Mc Manus

Aideen Pollard Mc Manus Aug 8th 2013, 9:33 AM #

I worked in Superquinn part time in the early eighties…we were very well treated and the pay was good. Feargal was a great boss who made a great effort to get to know his staff. I worked in Northside, as did my sister, and I’ll always remember at the time of the Stardust tragedy how he treated staff and customers with such compassion and dignity, he promised everyone who was injured that their jobs were safe until they were able to come back, he even gave jobs to siblings of staff who were injured to ensure that there was some income coming into their homes. Of course I hope the sausages and the bakery remain the same, but above all I hope the service stays the same.

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Explainer: Why is there so much Superquinn rage and upset?

Explainer: Why is there so much Superquinn rage and upset?

The memories, the samples, the sausages, the trollies.

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