CENTRA was slammed by critics today for not extending its controversial micky day allowance beer offer to Waterford, or the rest of the country.
Parents across Ireland jammed the companies phone-lines after a leaflet offering cheap booze on childrens allowance day was only offered in four of its stores in Dublin, Wicklow and some other place called Offaly.
Single mother of nine Jacyntha Murphy, whose boyfriend doesn’t live with her at all at all if the social welfare asks, told WWN that the move was nothing short of ‘locationist‘.
“What am I supposed to do? Get the bus to Dublin if I want to avail of the special offer?”
“They get everything up there – jobs, the best of drugs, higher rent allowance, its just not fair!”
However, the county Waterford woman, who doesn’t work off the books 30 hours a week in a city centre bar, added that she respected the offer for what it was, and praised the concept, stating it was ‘absolute genius boy!’.
The A4 leaflet distributed this morning encourages customers to “make your micky money last” with offers for fags,butane gas, tipex, skins on the front and lovely bottles of ice cold beer on the back.
Centra bosses could not be reached for comment and a request for comment from cash and carry monopoly Musgraves, which runs Centra, was not returned when we threw stones at them earlier.
It is believed that the company is working hard on more leaflets to be distributed to the rest of Ireland.