Last Friday (May 19) Supermac's took home the award for "Franchise of the Year" at the Irish Franchise Awards in Dublin's Radisson St. Helen's Hotel.
The renowned Irish fast food chain was presented with the award for its outstanding contribution to employment in Ireland, reports the Irish Independent. Chairman of the Irish Franchise Association David Killeen said that, "The awards are an opportunity for us to formally recognise and celebrate the excellent work being done by all franchise operators in growing our sector."
Supermac's managing director Pat McDonagh expressed his delight, stating that "Supermac's plays a significant role in the communities our stores are based. Along with the employment we provide, we become key members of the fabric of the society, particularly in rural Ireland."
Supermac's is the largest quick service fast food chain native to Ireland and currently provides employment to more than 2,500 people across 100 restaurants nationwide.