Bell Ingram Shoots And Scores In Lifestyle Pages

by Laura Berry

Monday, September 12th, 2011

Bell Ingram, PR ScotlandSporting Lets division launches with some profile building PR Scotland in popular agricultural lifestyle supplement.

The woman behind Bell Ingram’s newest department, created to help Scotland’s sporting estates market themselves better, has been featured in Scottish Farmer’s Country Lifestyle Scotland supplement.

Charlotte Gillfillen, promotes Sporting Lets with a half page lead in the monthky supplement, explaining how they help estates boost their profile and up their income. 

She quotes in the article:”This venture is something I have considered for quite some time now, as there is real potential for Scottish estates to take advantage of the income brought by some of the UK’s most popular shooting, stalking and fishing activities.

“Bell Ingram is already well established working with sporting estates, so it seemed like a natural progression for the firm. Scotland is an extremely popular country to experience sports and outdoor activities, with many people visiting from the UK, Europe and America.”

28 year old Charlotte was introduced to the countryside grwoing up in Derby and studied Countryside Managment at the Scottish Agricultural College based in Aberdeen and is currently taking a post graduate diploma in Surveying which she will complete this year. 

The economic impact of the country sports sector accounts for 1.75 million overnight stays in Scotland and a huge £240million gross value to the Scottish economy.

The full article can be found in the September edition of Country Lifestyle and was secured as part of a continued PR campaign carried out by Holyrood PR.

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