Leading sports fashion retailer Bank to open first store in Ireland

Leading sports fashion retailer Bank is set to open its first store in Ireland after signing up to Dublin’s Liffey Valley shopping centre.

The JD Sports-owned retailer has leased a 436sq m unit at the shopping centre, spanning over two floors.



According to the Irish Times JD Sports has also decided to triple the size of its Dublin outlet, moving into a 993 sq m location within the centre.

JD Sports acquired Bank Stores back in December 2007 for around £19 million.

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