Set to open at Ring­tail re­tail park

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FAST food chain Sub­way has fi­nally con­firmed that it will open a new shop at the Burscough Ring­tail Re­tail Park.

The sand­wich shop had long been ru­moured to be mov­ing into the re­tail park, po­ten­tially into one of the units un­der con­struc­tion near the Booths petrol sta­tion.

De­spite the badly kept se­cret, the chain had re­mained tight-lipped on the plans un­til re­cently, with no of­fi­cial state­ment forth­com­ing.

But the news was let slip thanks to a post­ing for jobs at the new shop.

The firm has now con­firmed that work on the build­ing will be­gin on Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 16.

Posts on a job search web­site re­vealed that Sub­way is re­cruit­ing both “sand­wich artists” and team lead­ers. in a mix­ture of part time and full time roles.

The list­ing for the sand­wich artist va­can­cies states: “As a sand­wich artist, you are the face of a global brand. Your smile and warm, friendly greet­ing start ev­ery guest’s ex­pe­ri­ence. This win­ning at­ti­tude and the abil­ity to make de­li­cious sand­wiches quickly and ef­fi­ciently will make you a key mem­ber of the team.

“You are the rea­son why cus­tomers keep com­ing back.

“The sand­wich artist greets and serves guests, pre­pares food, main­tains food safety and san­i­ta­tion stan­dards, and han­dles or pro­cesses light pa­per­work.

“Ex­cep­tional cus­tomer ser­vice is a ma­jor com­po­nent of this po­si­tion.”

The shop is be­ing opened by fran­chisee, Nick Moy, who is opening his first Sub­way store in Burscough Ring­tail Re­tail Park, Liver­pool.

Neil Denny, Sub­way’s regional devel­op­ment agent, said: “The new store con­struc­tion will com­mence on the Oc­to­ber 16 with an an­tic­i­pated three-week build.

“The store is cur­rently re­cruit­ing for a mix­ture of 10 full time and part time staff from the lo­cal area

“This is very ex­cit­ing store opening, as it will be Nick’s first Sub­way store and he will be cre­at­ing jobs for lo­cal peo­ple. We have no doubt that the store will be a great suc­cess.”

While Sub­way has more than 2,400 stores in the UK and Ire­land, each of its stores is owned by fam­i­lies and busi­ness peo­ple such as Nick.

The chain al­ready op­er­ates a store in the village, just min­utes away in Liver­pool Road.

There have also been ru­mours that the dis­count cloth­ing and home­wares chain TK Maxx could open a store at the re­tail park, though a spokesman for the store de­clined to com­ment when con­tacted by the Visiter.

This year alone, Aldi and Pea­cocks have opened stores at the park.

The sand­wich chain plans to open next to the Booths store

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