A Preston-based business has supplied traditional deck chairs for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Sunshine Events, the UK’s leading Fun Experts, have provided over 100 deck chairs and one giant deck chair for the Glasgow Green Live Zone.
Situated in the centre of Glasgow, the beautiful city park lies at the heart of the Games and is the go-to-place to watch all the sport completely free. The opening ceremony was broadcast here to over 25,000 local people and live festivities will be taking place including great music, dance, comedy, craft and ceilidhs.
Live sport will also be coming to the park as the Marathon, Cycling Time Trial and Cycling Road Race start and finish here.
James Sandwell, the Face of Sunshine Events, said: "All the team at Sunshine are very proud to be working with the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and are delighted they chose a Preston-based firm to get involved. We are the UK's fun experts and we wish all the athletes the best of luck!"
Ryan Dunlop, Vision Control Manager for the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, said: “When it came to organising the entertainment for the Green Live Zone, we had to be very careful about vetting the suppliers. We have very strict delivery time slots due to security reasons and Sunshine Events were extremely accommodating. They were always able to change something at the very last minute, they were competitively priced and their portfolio of previous clients is highly reputable.”
So if you live in Scotland and want to be at the heart of the Games, why not head on down to the Glasgow Green Live Zone for free sporting action. Sit back, relax and watch the Games in all their glory from a comfy deck chair.
Or if you can’t come down, tune in via the BBC for all your latest news on the most exciting sporting event of the year.
Interested in hiring deck chairs for your event? Get in touch with the Fun Experts today by visiting the website at www.sunshineevents.co.uk.
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