Restaurant Boss Tees Up Parking Warning in the Media
Friday, July 5th, 2013
on behalf of Project Work and Other Clients
The owner of a renowned restaurant and hotel has warned of the parking hazards for businesses near the Scottish course which is hosting the 2013 Open Championships.
Huge numbers of golf fans will descend on Gullane, East Lothian, when the prestigious tournament is held there in mid-July.
Now Rob Reeley, owner of the Golf Inn in the village, has made headlines after warning how the draconian parking restrictions will stifle business during what should be a boom time.
His views have been reported in both the Evening News, the main paper serving Edinburgh and the Lothians and have also appeared in the influential East Lothian Courier.
He also insisted East Lothian Council could solve the problems at a stroke by turning a grassy area, known as Goose Green, into a temporary car park for local workers and hotel guests.
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