Indigo steps up role at Best Bar None
Mandy Haeburn-Little: ‘Best Bar None is going from strength to strength’
Best Bar None Scotland has appointed Edinburgh-based communications company Indigo as a media partner for recognising best practice across licensed premises.
Working with Best Bar None Scotland chairman, Mandy Haeburn-Little and its national lead, Arlene Campbell, Indigo is tasked with promoting the 2017-18 National Awards and to drive recognition of the value BBN brings in accrediting the best venues in Scotland.
The ceremony will be held at Dunblane Hydro Hotel on 29 March.
Since its launch in Scotland in 2005, the Best Bar None accreditation scheme has established itself in 58 towns, cities and villages across Scotland and continues to grow. Indigo has provided communications support for BBN since 2015.
Ms Haeburn-Little said: “Best Bar None is going from strength to strength as it rolls out across Scotland. Indigo has been a driving force in our communications support for the past three years and we are delighted to welcome them on board as an official partner of our National Awards.
“We are particularly keen to draw more attention to the range of benefits that BBN membership delivers for licensed premises in Scotland, which range from a 1,000 seater venue to small local venues which can be the heart of their community and bring communities together.”
Elaine McKean, Indigo’s managing director, said the agency was looking forward to taking the relationship to the next level.