These guys supply vending machines to a wide variety of businesses and organisations. They lean heavily towards corporate social responsibility and by planting 2 trees for every machine they put out to customers they will soon have their own wee forest!
Thanks to Rob Roy McGregor’s amazing work promoting Trees4Scotland there was a lot of press interest in what we were doing – especially in Knoxville Tennessee! Appearances were made on Knoxivi.com (live internet TV), radio station WDVX (thanks guys) and believe it or not we made the Channel 10 news – Angus’s interview was 2nd in the billing following the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico! Who would have thought it!
What a show these guys put on! Albannach are a must see if they are playing at any of the Highland Games and I was delighted to meet Davey Morrison and his wife Kim – I took loads of pics of them in action and you can also see a clip on Trees4Scotland TV – brilliant.
A big thanks goes out to the clans and societies who hosted us in their booths at the games! Thanks for your support guys – it is very much appreciated – and we hope to see you at Stone Mountain in October.
Robin Naysmith actually has the title of Scottish Government Counsellor, North America – to go with one of the best jobs out! Promoting Scottish interests in North America, Robin does a great job and we were delighted to meet him and his wife Liz.
Yes indeed and we drank gallons of it! All courtesy of Peter Wilson and Great Scot International. Someone has to bring in the food and drink to keep the large Scots Diaspora fed and watered and Peter and his team do more than most! A fabulous organisation, Great Scot International import all sorts of things – including your goods if you want them to.
We were looked after amazingly well by Chrissie Harrison and her team at COSCA – guys I really cannot thank you enough for your kind hospitality and even for the bedding that Chrissie and Don provided for me! Continue reading →
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The hard work and perseverance of Angus Crabbie, Founder of Trees4Scotland, has been recognised by a nomination for a Scottish Green Award in the category of ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Scottish Environment’.