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RUGBY LEGEND LINED UP FOR CHRISTMAS LUNCH
Al Kellock has been confirmed as the Special Guest Speaker for this year’s Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce Christmas Lunch.
One of Dunbartonshire very own, the former Scotland and Glasgow Warriors Captain, Kellock, was appointed Managing Director of Glasgow Warriors last year. He is also a local businessman and Chamber member as co-owner of Finsbay, Finsbay Loft & F-Pizza in Milngavie.
Damon Scott, Chief Executive of the Chamber, is delighted: “The lunch is a highlight of the Dunbartonshire business calendar and provides the opportunity to bring our community together to celebrate the year.
“We are incredibly privileged that Al has made time in his busy schedule to join us at The Golden Jubilee for this important annual event. His mix of success in sport and business will make for a fascinating listening and our guests are already excited about the opportunity to meet such a popular Scottish personality.”
Taking place on Thursday 16th December at the four star Golden Jubilee Hotel in Clydebank, the Chamber is also supporting local charity, The Golden Friendship Club, which promotes social inclusion.
Damon Scott added: “There is still plenty of time for businesses to get involved with this exciting event to support the Chamber and Golden Friendships. Anyone can book places – business or otherwise, make a donation, sponsor the event or donate a raffle prize.
We have had some wonderful initial support from Highland Reserve Forces & Cadets Association as a main sponsor, Chivas as an event sponsor and the Golden Jubilee Hotel to sponsor the drinks reception as well as from within our membership.
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