Sam to unveil new jobs in Letterkenny

The reopening of the Dry Arch Complex in Letterkenny has created a total of 35 new jobs.

The reopening of the Dry Arch Complex in Letterkenny has created a total of 35 new jobs.

The complex reopened its doors in September with the Texaco brand and Mace and the return of the Route 56 deli/diner, full off-license, bar and lounge. The reopening again provides a 24 hour service station for the people of the northwest and in the gateway town.

Brian Brogan of the Dry Arch Complex says: “We’re delighted with how the refurbishment of the complex has turned out. We would like to thank our staff and construction team who have done such an excellent job in getting the building ready to do business again and the huge loyal support that we have been getting from our customers since we opened. A great team has been put together here and we’re looking forward to the official opening tomorrow, Saturday, October 20 and to welcome everyone along especially our guest Sam Maguire and Donegal players from the winning All-Ireland football team.”

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