Byrnes Service Station, Lisbrack, Longford town has rebranded to Circle K Express and the newly rebranded service station will host a ‘grand opening’ from 2-5pm on Thursday, November 15.
Byrnes Service Station, Lisbrack, Longford town has rebranded to Circle K Express, as the rollout of the new brand (formerly Topaz Energy) continues.
The newly rebranded service station will host a ‘grand opening’ on Thursday, November 15, from 2-5pm.
Circle K officially launched in Ireland earlier this year, announcing significant investment and job creation in the Irish market as over 420 service stations will be rebranded with all Topaz canopies and Re.Store convenience stores changing to Circle K.
To celebrate rebranding to Circle K, sites are hosting official ‘grand openings’, with special offers both instore and on the forecourt for a limited time at selected Circle K sites nationwide.
Jonathan Diver, Senior Director Retail Sales & Operations Dealers, Circle K Ireland commented: “We are delighted to be launching our newest Circle K location in Ireland.
“As we continue the rollout of the brand across the country, we want to emphasise that, while we have a new name, it is the same great people working under the Circle K brand.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank the hardworking staff and management at our newest Longford Circle K Express service stations, and indeed all our Circle K staff for making our rebrand come to life in local communities.”
In 2016, Topaz was purchased by Canadian convenience chain Alimentation Couche-Tard (ACT), one of the world’s leading convenience retailers. Circle K is the global fuel and convenience brand of ACT and it is the largest and strongest brand owned by Couche-Tard.