Unchained Restaurant Tees Off With Scores of Headlines
Wednesday, July 24th, 2013
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Scottish restaurant owners see a surge in sales
UNCHAINED Restaurants, owners of The Golf Inn at Gullane and The Goblin Ha’ in Gifford, said sales surpassed all expectations to top £100,000- and the story captured the eye of some of the biggest newspapers in Scotland thanks to Scottish PR
After first appearing in Edinburgh’s local newspaper, the Edinburgh Evening News, the story of how the business has its best ever week of trading was followed up by the Herald, the Scotsman and Edinburgh Now.
This array of coverage was achieved for Unchained Restaurants with help from PR experts at Holyrood Partnerhsip, so if your business could benefit from media exposure like this, then get in touch to find out more about how we can help.
Restaurant boss earns headlines with sunny outlook on weather
The boss of Unchained Restaurants has appeared in the Edinburgh Evening News predicting that a prolonged sunny spell could deliver a much-needed boost to hard-pressed businesses.
Rob Reeley wrote a column for the paper, the biggest selling news title in the Scottish capital, saying many businesses are dreading another washout summer.
His views were shared with the 100,000-strong army of Evening News readers – including many who will be looking for day trips and child-friendly outings during the summer holidays.
Rob’s plain-talking opinions also proved timely – appearing in the paper as the Met Office predicted the UK will be basking in fine summer weather for the next two weeks.
You can read Rob’s original article at this page on our website.
The successful coverage was engineered by the team of media experts at Holyrood PR, who provide PR and communications support to Unchained Restaurant venues The Goblin Ha’, the Golf Inn and Nachos Fiesta at Fountain Park, Edinburgh.
Restaurant Boss Tees Up Parking Warning in the Media thanks to Scottish PR
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.
PR and media relations support for Unchained Restaurants – which owns the Golf Inn – is provided by Holyrood PR.
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