Blarney Woollen Mills Prepares for an Unprecedented Four Day Savings Event at the Killarney Outlet Centre

Blarney Woollen Mills Prepares for an Unprecedented Four Day Savings Event at the Killarney Outlet Centre

Starting this Friday, and for four days only, Blarney Woollen Mills at the Killarney Outlet Centre will respond to the nation’s economic downturn, and offer their recession hit customers a one stop shop for all their Christmas Gift ideas.

From Friday 5th until Monday 8th December only, Blarney Woollen Mills will be dropping their prices by up to 50%. This amazing event will allow customers who have been loyal to Blarney Woollen Mills for many years, to continue their tradition of shopping for their Christmas goodies at the Killarney Outlet Centre, but this year, they will have the added benefit of even lower prices, which will ensure that they stay conscious of their budgets with all the talk of recession, and doom and gloom.

Freda Hayes, CEO of The Blarney Group spoke about this Four Day Event: “Blarney Woollen Mills is synonymous with quality and convenience, as we offer a convenient hassle free shopping experience, which many of our loyal customers look forward to as part of a relaxing day out. Add to this equation, the excitement of up to 50% savings, and this weekend’s event will prove too tempting to miss!”

Blarney Woollen Mills is open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm, and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm at the Killarney Outlet Centre. 

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