Final evening at a glittering occasion within the Edinburgh Worldwide Convention Centre a whole lot of individuals concerned in tourism companies throughout Scotland gathered.
VisitScotland organise the vacationer commerce’s awards ceremony to have a good time the very best within the nation and so they had Greg McHugh (sure actually Gary Tank Commander!) and Jennifer Reoch internet hosting the night. That is the 50th anniversary of VisitScotland selling the nation as a vacationer vacation spot throughout the globe.
Diana Gabaldon writer of Outlander acquired a particular honorary Thistle award in recognition of her Worldwide Contribution to Scottish tourism. The award was granted in recognition of the outstanding success of the Outlander TV collection, primarily based on Ms Gabaldon’s novels, and the ensuing influence on Scottish tourism lately.
In Edinburgh the winners included Edinburgh Worldwide Convention Centre awarded the CAT Media – Greatest Enterprise Occasion award, for internet hosting the European Orthodontic Society Congress 2018, Kieran Rose of Borthwick Citadel in Midlothian who was chosen as Tourism and Hospitality Hero, The Actual Mary King’s Shut which received Greatest Heritage Tourism Expertise
Rebecca Brooks, chair of the Scottish Thistle Awards Business Panel and VisitScotland Board member, stated: “The Scottish Thistle Awards are Scotland’s premier awards for the tourism business and a beautiful alternative to have a good time and recognise their achievements in what’s a particular yr for tourism in Scotland as VisitScotland marks its 50th anniversary.
“Congratulations to all of our nationwide winners of the 2018/19 Scottish Thistle Awards. We had been honoured to have Diana Gabaldon amongst our visitors who symbolize the very best of Scottish tourism and epitomise the energy and depth of the sector which continues to innovate and excel in giving guests a top quality expertise.
“Tourism is greater than a vacation expertise – it creates jobs and sustains communities. The Scottish Thistle Awards lets us recognise the unsung heroes of our business who present actual dedication and enthusiasm for Scotland’s tourism business.”
— Edinburgh Reporter (@EdinReporter) March 15, 2019