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17/07/2017

Ben Sweeney's keeping Calor's flame burning bright in Letterkenny

Ben Sweeneys

For 80 years, people the length and breadth of Ireland have relied on Calor to heat their homes and for gas for cooking.  As Calor mark this milestone birthday, they are also celebrating the local retailers associated with the Company.  In Dungloe & Letterkenny , when people think Calor, chances are they think of Ben Sweeney’s

“Ben Sweeney’s has been part of life in Donegal for many years.  Ben & Sadie Sweeney set up the family run business over 40 years ago, and over the past number of years they have joined Euronics ,Europes largest retailing group , and with Ben Sweeneys knowledge & experience in the LPG gas cylinder market the business has grown from strength to strength and are now an award-winning Calor gas centre, having won national sales awards for gas cooker and hob sales.”

Local customers are at the cornerstone of Ben Sweeney’s, and Raymond recalls how, during the recession customer loyalty is what saw their business through those challenging years and indeed thrive ever since, Ben Sweeneys sees Calor as an innovative and forward thinking company, always expanding the range of LPG products to include gas powered Generators, water pumps, Lawnmowers, Tumble dryers, Barbecues and much more

Now in its second -third generation, Ben Sweeney Gas and Electrical Appliances should be part of Dungloe & Letterkenny's  landscape, as a Calor dealer, for many years to come.


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