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Real and Smooth Radio Scotland named as Official Media Partners for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Ticketing Campaign

Real and Smooth Radio Scotland will be helping to promote the Games

Real and Smooth Radio has been confirmed as the official media partners for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Ticketing Campaign.

“Glasgow 2014 is delighted to be working with Real and Smooth Radio as our official media partners for the Commonwealth Games Ticketing Campaign. We look forward to working positively together to sharing with listeners the excitement and sporting excellence that is coming Glasgow and Scotland’s way next year,” commented David Grevemberg, chief executive of Glasgow 2014.

Tickets for next year’s Games are due to go one sale on 19 August with ticketing designed to be fair, accessible and affordable. Partners of the Games receive non-exclusive rights to support and associate with the high-profile campaign which aims to sell up to one million tickets.

As a media partner Real and Smooth Radio will be allowed promote an official association with the 2014 Games, as well as using the Glasgow 2014 Official Media Partners Programme brand.

Real and Smooth Radio, managing director, Gavin Bruce, added: “The team at Real and Smooth Radio are rightfully proud to be chosen as official media partners of Glasgow 2014 for their ticketing campaign. We’ve championed Glasgow 2014 since the beginning of the bid process and it’s amazing to finally be able to encourage our listeners and their families, both in Scotland and across our networks, to secure tickets for what will be history in the making.”

Also working at ticketing partners will be print media partners The Daily Record and Sunday Mail, Scottish Sun and Times Scotland, The Herald, Sunday Herald and Evening Times, Scottish Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, Scotsman, Press and Journal and the Courier as well as local titles owned by Media Scotland and Johnson Press.

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