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Power City is an Irish electrical retailer of consumer and electronic goods with branches in Blanchardstown, Coolock, Tallaght, Finglas, Fonthill, Sallynoggin, Drogheda, Bray , Naas and Carrickmines.

PowerCity promotes the sale of a wide range of electrical goods and accessories at discount prices. They were satirised on Bull Island for their red and white striped shirts and red v-neck jumpers worn by employees. According to the Irish Top 1000 Companies database [1], in 2003 the company made a profit of €8.4 million on a turnover of €87 million[1] with a staff of 180.


Main Irish market competitors include D.I.D. Electrical, Currys, Harvey Norman


  1. ^ Businessworld.ie (retrieved September 4, 2006)

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