Kim Martin, Claire Collins, Rachel Madden, Nuala Doyle, Nik Wilson, Rachel Nicholson and Imara the Great Dane at the Maxi Zoo Longford 10th Birthday celebrations. Photo by Shelley Corcoran
The countdown to Black Friday, arguably the biggest shopping day of the year, has officially begun at Maxi Zoo.
It’s the perfect opportunity for customers to get their hands on their favourite products at phenomenal prices, while treating their pets without breaking the bank.
Anthony Cremin, Marketing Manager at Maxi Zoo said the company’s stores nationwide were preparing for a bumper sales period full of fantastic bargains for Irish pet owners.
“We were conscious that not all customers can visit us on Black Friday so our offers will run from November 19-25,” he added.
“Products like food, toys, bedding and pet essentials will be on offer with some products reduced by up to 80%.
“We are expecting our stores to be extremely busy for the promotion and stocks are limited so we are urging customers not to miss out, and get to their local shop early to avoid disappointment.”
Meanwhile, Maxi Zoo employs 160 people throughout their 19 stores in Ireland, located in Dublin, Cork, Kildare, Wicklow, Tipperary, Limerick, Longford, Carlow, Waterford and Wexford. The company recently celebrated a significant milestone in the growth of the Maxi Zoo group opening their 1,500th store in Europe in October.