Toasting The Best In Scotland’s Pubs And Clubs

by Aimee Lawrence

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Scotsman SBCC Best Bar NoneUnique Scheme Secures PR Scotland headlines.

The Best Bar None scheme received coverage in the Scotland on Sunday after announcing that Molson Coors and Heineken will join Diageo as lead sponsors.

The sponsor represents a £50,000 investment to help expand the scheme which aims to showcase Scotland’s most customer-friendly bars is set to double in strength after attracting the support of the leading global brewers.

Best Bar None is working with the Scottish Business Crime Centre and is looking to drive the scheme to consumer audiences with the aim that the public will actively seek out those safety conscious bars, restaurants and nightclubs who are members of the scheme.

Mandy Haeburn-Little, Director of SBCC, explains: “It’s our hope that before long, anyone for example arriving in a Scottish town or city for the first time, will be able to go onto the Best Bar None Scotland website to find bars or clubs that they know excel as being safe for women, for people traveling on their own  or child-friendly.

“Members have delivered outstanding customer service and created innovative ways to improve the environment inside and outside pubs and clubs, which has played a powerful role in changing Scotland’s relationship with alcohol.”

The coverage can be viewed on the Scotsman website and was secured on behalf of the Scottish Business Crime Centre thanks to Holyrood Partnership.

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