Entrepreneur Raises His Good Trac-tor Record in National Press
Friday, December 17th, 2010
on behalf of Project Work and Other Clients
The Sun has written about the courageous efforts of a Scottish businessman who came to the aid of his neighbours during the cold snap.
As Scotland’s most-read publication, the daily newspaper featured an article on the effects of the adverse winter weather that hit Scotland.
Wayne Gardner Young was mentioned after he used his tractor to rescue and dig out a number of West Lothian residents.
The 42-year-old came to the aid of drivers and stranded people by clearing snow for 17 hours in the region.
As the owner of a number of businesses – including Glasgow’s premier night spot Victoria’s, – the businessman aims to build a five-storey, 70-bedroom hotel complete with rooftop sky bar.
Wayne also owns the Buchanan Arms Hotel and Spa in Dryman, north of Glasgow, and Kairn Park Hotel in Bathgate and plans to open an eco-friendly theme park in West Lothian.
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