Cameron House on Loch Lomond named as an official partner of Scottish Rugby
Luxury Scottish five-star resort, Cameron House on Loch Lomond, is to be the title partner of the Scotland Business Club in a new two-year partnership. In the deal, Cameron House will support all match day Business Club activities in the newly established Cap & Thistle space within the Scotland Suites at BT Murrayfield.
Former Scotland Captain and current Business Development Manager, Al Kellock said: “Cameron House is a renowned Scottish resort with a strong brand awareness across the world. After a long relationship with Glasgow Warriors, I am delighted that they have deepened their relationship with Scottish Rugby by becoming the Scotland Business Club’s title sponsor.”
The Cap & Thistle is a newly developed room within the recently refurbished Scotland Suites at BT Murrayfield. On Scottish match days, this will be home to the Cameron House Scotland Business Club.
The Business Club has been operating for three years and is an initiative that aims to ‘Inspire business beyond the 80 minutes. Twenty influential firms across Scotland are part of the Club which offers the opportunity to promote their own brand while enhancing their association with Scottish Rugby.
Andy Roger, Resort Director of Cameron House, said: “It’s a great privilege to extend our partnership with Scottish Rugby, building on our longstanding collaboration with Glasgow Warriors.
“The Scottish Business Club has been a remarkably successful innovation and we feel privileged to become title sponsor, helping it grow and prosper in the years ahead and putting something back into the game that we all love.
“The word iconic is regularly overused, but there’s no doubt that BT Murrayfield, the greatest sporting arena in the country, certainly qualifies for the description. It’s been the scene of many tumultuous Scottish triumphs. But as well as being a passion-filled arena, it’s also known globally as a warmly welcoming, unforgettable venue which showcases much of what makes Scotland such a special, special place.
“We like to think that Cameron House, while on a somewhat more modest scale, exemplifies many of the same traits.
“By bringing together our two organisations, we’re very confident that we can take the Murrayfield hospitality experience to an even higher level, and we have exciting plans which will be unveiled in due course. As well as working hard on the reopening of Cameron House Hotel next year, we will also be transforming the newly established Cap & Thistle with touches of five-star luxury for Business Club members and their guests.”