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Fishers Displays its Support for Scottish Tourism Alliance

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16 Feb 2015

Fishers Services, Scotland’s leading commercial laundry and textile rental provider, has underlined its long-standing relationship with the Scottish Tourism Alliance (STA) and support for Scotland’s tourism 1industry by including the STA logo on all 62 of its famous delivery vehicles.

Fishers’ vehicles are a familiar sight on the roads of Scotland, sporting their distinctive green and white livery. Each vehicle currently covers an average of 250 miles per day, and between them Fishers’ trucks deliver more than two million items of freshly-laundered high-quality linen and workwear every week to hotels and restaurants, as well as manufacturers and cleanroom customers, across Scotland and the North of England.

Michael Jones, Managing Director of Fishers said:

“Fishers are proud to showcase our continued support as patrons of the STA.  As the leading commercial laundry and textile rental provider in Scotland, Fishers’ delivery vehicles are an iconic part of our business that travel throughout the country delivering services to the hospitality and restaurant sector.

“We are confident that the new logo on all our delivery vehicles will highlight our support for the STA and raise the profile of the STA and their leading role in representing and promoting the Scottish tourism industry.”

Marc Crothall, CEO of Scottish Tourism Alliance said:

“I’m delighted with the strength of this show of support for the tourism industry from Fishers.  The economic impact of tourism in Scotland is incredibly broad, delivering growth for a diverse range of businesses from traditional hospitality businesses to those servicing the industry as a whole and, in turn, whole communities.  As we approach Scottish Tourism Week (3 – 5 March), it’s important that tourism, as one of Scotland’s key economic drivers, is as visible as possible.  After all, tourism really is everyone’s business!”

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