Aldi unveils revamped Castletroy store
Refurbishment sees floor space increased by 25%, a new trolley bay canopy added, larger chilled space and resurfaced car park with 138 spaces
19 May 2016
Aldi today reopened the doors of its Castletroy store to customers following an extensive renovation project which has seen the store extended and completely refurbished.
Improvements at the newly refurbished store include a larger shop floor space which has been increased by over 25%, a new trolley bay canopy and increased chilled space for a larger range of fresh meat, dairy and fresh fruit and vegetables. The car park has been completely resurfaced and now provides 138 car parking spaces for customers. The staff area and amenities have also been significantly improved.
Since first opening its Castletroy store in May 2007, Aldi says it has become an established part of Limerick’s retail landscape, proving popular with local shoppers for offering greater competition. In total, Aldi now has 124 stores in the Republic of Ireland.
To celebrate the reopening of the store, customers were served free tasty samples from Aldi’s product range throughout the morning, while face painting and balloon modelling kept the kids entertained. The Limerick Live95FM crew was also on site playing music, with five lucky Aldi customers scooping €100 each in Aldi shopping vouchers.
Speaking at the reopening, Katriona Cross, manager at Aldi’s Castletroy store said, “The whole Aldi team is looking forward to welcoming customers from the locality, both existing and new. The revamped store is much larger and we are confident that our customers will find it provides a more enjoyable and spacious shopping experience.”