Robbie Kelly, store manager of Tesco Liffey Valley has been awarded Superstore Supermarket Manager of the Year award at the annual ShelfLife Grocery Management Awards this week.
The Shelflife Awards recognise management excellence in the grocery sector, are independently judged and seeks out best management practice among those who carry responsibility without ownership in the grocery retail sector.
‘Heroes of Retail: Not all heroes wear capes’ was the theme of this year’s event, which recognised the tremendous dedication to customers and colleagues demonstrated by retail managers across the country, as they navigated a second year of the Covid-19 crisis and the myriad challenges presented for the retail sector.
Geoff Byrne, chief operating officer, Tesco Ireland, “On behalf of everyone at Tesco, I send a huge congratulations to Robbie and all the team at Liffey Valley. This award comes as no surprise, as Robbie and his team have continued to go to great lengths everyday to support each other, our customers and our communities over the last eighteen months. Any award nomination or win is simply a testament to the ongoing commitment of the entire team, and I’m delighted that Robbie took home this award for Superstore Manager of the Year. Well done.”
CAPTION: Owen Clifford, head of retail sector, Bank of Ireland,presents the Superstore Manager of the Year Award to winner Robbie Kelly of Tesco Liffey Valley, Lucan, Co. Dublin
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