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Gym+Coffee continues expansion with new clubhouse in Belfast

Irish athleisure brand, Gym+Coffee is continuing its expansion with the opening of a new clubhouse location in Belfast’s Victoria Square. Due to launch on 7 August,… View Article

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Gym+Coffee continues expansion with new clubhouse in Belfast

Irish athleisure brand, Gym+Coffee is continuing its expansion with the opening of a new clubhouse location in Belfast’s Victoria Square.

Due to launch on 7 August, the shop will be the retailer’s 10th clubhouse to date and the first in Northern Ireland.  

Spanning 2,300 square feet, the store will sell Gym+Coffee’ range of athleisure and activewear and will  also include an interactive community wall. 

Gym+Coffee co-founder Diarmuid McSweeney said: “A store in Belfast has been long overdue and we’re thrilled that we can accommodate the demand from our customer base to open a clubhouse in the city. Much like our other stores, it will be more than a place to buy clothing but a hub for the community to meet, socialise and get active which will be even more in demand after over a year in lockdowns. The future plans for the brand are very much led by our passion to Make Life Richer and we’re excited to see that continue to grow globally.”

The retailer is hoping to double the current number of staff at its headquarters to 50 by December and increase the number of store team members from 85 to almost 120 following the opening of three new clubhouses by the end of the year.   

   

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