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Established in Sligo Town in 1984, McCormack’s Mace and Fuel Distribution business now supplies Counties Leitrim, Sligo, Cavan, Mayo and Meath with all its daily grocery and fuel needs. But it wasn’t too far from Sligo that John McCormack was born and raised in Drumshanbo, Co. Leitrim.

Established in Sligo Town in 1984, McCormack’s Mace and Fuel Distribution business now supplies Counties Leitrim, Sligo, Cavan, Mayo and Meath with all its daily grocery and fuel needs. But it wasn’t too far from Sligo that John McCormack was born and raised in Drumshanbo, Co. Leitrim.

McCormack’s started off in the family business run by Barney and Mae, a petrol station and garage on the Carrick road in Drumshanbo. They also operated a thriving farm machinery business, selling and repairing farm machinery throughout the country.

Since opening their first petrol station and tyre store on Mail Coach Road in Sligo 28 years ago, two years later, in 1986, McCormack Fuels was established and providing quality home heating oil, agri fuels, petrol and diesel. The Fuels business has grown over the years and extended into Cavan with the acquisition of Breffni Oil, Killeshandra and in 2009 the acquisition of LMS Oil in Sligo. Today, McCormack’s operate four oil depots in the region with facilities in Carrick-on-Shannon, Ballina, Killeshandra and Finisklin, Sligo. Drop in today or call 1800 546 546 to order your next fill of home heating oil or to enquire about McCormack’s exclusive fuel card offers. Along with home heating oil, McCormack’s depots also supply vehicle fuel including road diesel and agricultural diesel.

After opening their store and forecourt in Carroroe, on the Dublin road, Sligo, McCormack’s then extended their grocery and petrol stations back into County Leitrim in 2002, opening their store and forecourt in Drumshanbo. Establishments in Manorhamilton (2004) and Leitrim Village (2005) then followed.

McCormack’s Mace reach then extended to County Cavan with stores in Belturbet and Virginia (both 2008) before opening another store in Athboy, County Meath. Their latest venture is their recently opened store and forecourt in Castlebaldwin, conveniently located on the N4 Sligo - Dublin Road. Running parallel to the successful and expanding Fuel distribution business, McCormacks developed their own forecourt brand, Excol and Excol fuel card to meet the demands of an ever changing market place.

With three Mace shops located throughout County Leitrim, McCormack’s is open at a time that suits you, early morning and late evenings. Their grocery stores in Drumshanbo, Leitrim Village and Manorhamilton bring the latest great Mace offers to your locality whether it’s a quick stop off after work to pick up the daily essentials or your weekly shop and fuel your car.

McCormack’s have worked hard to develop their stores into modern convenience shopping and petrol stations in your local community. With everyday essentials at great prices, fair trade coffee and a wide range of readymade meals and sandwiches at their delis, McCormack’s Mace has all you need.

McCormacks are continually striving for excellence in retail for our customers and a number of new fit outs are planned for some of our stores in the near future. They have also recently launched their McCormack Loyalty Card which is their way of thanking their loyal customers for shopping at McCormack’s stores. You can earn loyalty points with every purchase which can be redeemed in store against purchases or against home heating oil in McCormacks LMS Oil, Sligo, Leitrim and Mayo and Breffni Oil, Cavan Call into your local McCormack’s store to sign up for your key fob which you must present each time you shop in a participating Mace store. The fob then records how many points you have earned.

McCormack’s also gives plenty back to the local communities they operate in, employing 200 staff from the areas they are located in along with sponsoring and supporting community initiatives, events and sports clubs. Each of McCormack’s Mace stores go further to bring the goods of any large supermarket to the comfort of local areas and at competitive prices, to make their customers’ lives that little easier.