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That’s the Point this Easter in Mahon!

Wednesday, 17th April, 2019 4:15pm

Mahon Point Shopping Centre has welcomed the recent opening of two new stores.

The men’s fashion brand Jack & Jones has relocated to a newly expanded unit on the upper mall. The brand is already a popular choice with customers who can now enjoy an extended range in its new store.

Meanwhile Irish-designed athleisure brand Gym+Coffee is the newest addition to the centre. Two-thirds of the founding team, Niall Horgan and Diarmuid Sweeney are from Cork.

As well as selling gym wear, the store will also host fitness classes. It has already organised a flash mob event with the fitness group PoundFit and a free class with Mike Russell from CrossFit Return.

Other free fitness events are planned for the summer months with so Mahon Point customers and staff can look forward to getting fit this summer. Before then, the centre has lots planned for the Easter holidays to keep the kids entertained.

The Easter Egg-Splosion event is taking place at Mahon Point across this weekend including bunnies at the centre today until 6pm, an Easter egg hunt on Friday, Easter baking on Saturday and a bunny bear picnic on Monday. All events take place from 2-5pm.

On Easter Sunday, Cork Omniplex, Nando’s, Tesco and selected restaurants at the food court will be open if you fancy a day out.

For more information visit websitemahonpointsc.ie.

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