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Company That Owns Dublin Pub Lemon & Duke Reportedly Records Year-On-Year Increase In Accumulated Profits For Year That Ended On February 29, 2020

Published on Jun 4 2021 2:16 PM in Pub/Bar/Nightclub tagged: Trending Posts / Lemon & Duke / The Inn on the Hibernian Way Ltd / The Inn on Hibernian Way

Company That Owns Dublin Pub Lemon & Duke Reportedly Records Year-On-Year Increase In Accumulated Profits For Year That Ended On February 29, 2020

The company that owns Dublin pub the Lemon & Duke, The Inn On Hibernian Way, reportedly has recorded a year-on-year increase in accumulated profits for the year that ended on February 29, 2020.

Statistics

According to drinksindustryireland.ie, The Inn On Hibernian Way has recorded accumulated profits of €490,847 for the year to that ended on February 29, 2020, which was up €153,000 on the accumulated profits figure of €337,479 that the company reportedly recorded for the previous year.

The average number of people employed by the company reportedly increased to 41 during year that ended on February 29, 2020, from 35 the previous year, and €50,297 was reportedly taken out in directors’ remuneration.

Lemon & Duke Owners And Manager

According to drinkindustry.ie, the abridged financial report that was lodged with the Companies Registration Office states that Lemon & Duke is co-owned by rugby players Rob Kearney, Jamie Heaslip, Sean O'Brien and Dave Kearney, and is managed by the other director, Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) chairman Noel Anderson.

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