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Dundrum Town Centre retailers offering discounts to HSE staff

17th Jul 2020

Retailers in the Dublin mega-mall want to say thank you 

Dundrum Town Centre has announced that a number of its retailers are now providing discounts and offers for HSE staff as a way to say thanks for their continued efforts over the last few months.

Fashion and beauty brands like Rituals, The Body Shop, L’Occitane and Clarks are providing a 20% reduction on full priced items in-store, while fashion brand Hobbs is offering 25% off, also on full priced items.

Movies @ Dundrum are providing free admission for all NMBI or IMC members, while frontline workers playing a round of mini golf at Rainforest Adventure Golf can receive a second course free of charge.

HSE workers can also avail of 10% off on all full priced items at Hotel Chocolat and Off Beat Donuts.

Speaking about the new discount initiative, Don Nugent, Centre Director at Dundrum Town Centre said: “The last few months have been a really challenging time for everyone and we are hugely grateful to all the healthcare workers that have done so much to keep us all safe.”

While visiting Dundrum Town Centre, customers are encouraged to practise hand hygiene and social distancing, wear face coverings where possible, follow the one-way system within the centre, avoid shopping in large groups and use contactless payments where possible to ensure the safety of staff and customers.

Before visiting the centre, ensure to check out Dundrum Town Centre’s website and social media channels for specific brand opening hours.

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