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Scotsman renews role with Scottish Golf Show

8.28am 11th February 2008 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The Scotsman, one of the country’s biggest-selling newspapers, continues its association with the Scottish Golf Show this year after a successful debut 12 months ago and confirmation of this agreement follows hot on the heels of american golf and VisitScotland agreeing to renew their roles as the show’s official retail partner and principal sponsor respectively.

The 2008 Scottish Golf Show takes place at the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston from 4th – 6th April and event director Tom Lovering was delighted to welcome The Scotsman back on-board for this year.

“With the Scottish Golf Show being held in close proximity to Edinburgh, and The Scotsman being one of the most prominent media outlets from the capital, it made perfect sense for both parties to combine our interests and work together on making this year’s show the best yet,” said Lovering.

“Combined, The Scotsman, Scotland on Sunday and the Edinburgh Evening News have a massive readership in a part of the country where golf is especially popular, and it is our hope that, as a result of this coalition, we will be able to attract even more people to this year’s Scottish Golf Show.”

Ben Wallace, promotions manager at The Scotsman, added, “We are delighted to continue in our capacity as official media partner of the Scottish Golf Show. With Scotland being the home of golf, the game is of particular importance to a large proportion of our readers. At The Scotsman, we pride ourselves on our unrivalled daily coverage of golf, both at home and from abroad. Subsequently, the opportunity to become involved in an event of this stature appealed greatly to us.

“Our readers can look forward to our coverage in the build up to the event. We would recommend any of our golfing readers to head to Ingliston in early April for this unique golfing showcase.”

2008 Scottish Golf Show
The Scotsman


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