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Four Star Pizza opens first outlet in Craigavon

L-R: store owner Lorne Greene and store manager Conor Fearon.

IRISH fast food chain Four Star Pizza has opened a new outlet in Craigavon, creating 10 jobs.

The new takeaway, based inside a Centra store on the Lake Road, follows a £120,000 investment.

Located close to the Rushmere shopping centre, Four Star Pizza has described it as a first of its kind for the chain in the north.

It brings the pizza group to 61 outlets across the island of Ireland, including 15 in Northern Ireland.

Lorne Greene, owner of the Craigavon store said: “We’ve wanted to open a store in Craigavon for some time now because we’ve always known that there is a real demand for Four Star Pizza here, and now that we have the right location, we can’t wait to start serving up some honest pizza to the people of Craigavon.

“This is the first Four Star Pizza in Northern Ireland to be contained within a Centra and the location couldn’t be more convenient.

“We have invested £120,000 in the new store, and we’re really pleased that we can contribute to the local economy with 10 new jobs for store staff and delivery drivers to help us meet the demand from customers in the area.”

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