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Tullamore businesses roll out 'Treat Week'

Friday, 16th May, 2014 11:06am

Story by Laura Ryder
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Tullamore businesses roll out 'Treat Week'
Tullamore businesses roll out 'Treat Week'

Businesses in Tullamore are this week running a 'Treat Week’. The event that will see customers given a different treat in each participating business is being organised by Tullamore Chamber as a way to thank and reward old and new customers.

Businesses participating in 'Treat Week’, which runs from May 16-24, include Aidan Walsh opticians, Allure hair salon, Bates of Kilmore Quay, Bennies Flowers, The Blue Apron restaurant, The Bridge House Hotel, BK2, Cards’n’Things, Cahill Jewellers, Cafe 4U, Castle Barna Golf Course, The Central Hotel, Cheveux hair salon, Chocolate Brown, Cloonan’s Hardware, D-Kids, Doherty’s House of Value, Dolan’s Pharmacy, Doyle’s Gala, Douglas Jewellers, Deirdre’s Haircare, Dotser, Electric Candy, Eye Contact opticians, Essential E-Smoking, Gallagher’s Manor, Galvin for Men, Glitzy Bitz, Guy Clothing, Halo Hair Design, Hanlon’s butchers, Haven Pharmacy Fahey’s, Hairspray salon, Jack n’Jones, J&M jewellers, Kode, La Carm, Lynam Garden Furniture, Lloyd’s Pharmacy, McKeon’s, My Fair Lady, Mother Earth, O’Sullivan Photography, Olivia’s Beauty Boutique, Oxfam, Pink Lady, PJ Grennan Quality Foods, Phoenix Lodge Gifts, Photopoint, Quirke’s Medical Hall, Recharge, Ritzy’s hairdressing, Rose Finlay Pharmacy, Subway, Studio One, Sirocco’s, Solo, Shannon Dry Cleaners, The Hideout, The Retreat Beauty Salon, The Pet Centre, Tommy Clarke’s Barber Shop, The Coffee Club, Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre, Trax and Vero Moda. 

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