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Loch Lomond Shores Shortlisted in Scottish Hospitality Awards

5 Star visitor and retail complex Loch Lomond Shores has recently been informed by the judges of The Scottish Hospitality Awards that it has made the shortlist of finalists in this year’s prestigious award nominations in the category of ‘Scottish Day Out Of The Year’.  

The voting has been solely down to the public at this stage and they have nominated the loch-side day trip and shopping complex as their favourite destination for the most fun day out.

The next stage will see the industry judging panel carry out their evaluations and ultimately decide on the winner, who will be announced at the high profile awards bash at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Glasgow, on 23 May.

It is no wonder that the five-star attraction is receiving such recognition as 2015 was a record breaking year for the shopping and leisure complex with over 1.2 million visitors. This resulted in it being named one of the top visited Scottish attractions last year amongst Edinburgh Castle and The National Museum of Scotland by the findings collated by The Moffat Centre for Travel and Tourism Business Development.

Clare Gemmell, Loch Lomond Shores General Manager said: “To learn that we have made the shortlist of these national awards is a truly great feeling and to know that public votes have been the determining factor in us reaching the final stages is just fantastic. This is tremendous recognition for Loch Lomond Shores as our visitors are always at the forefront of our plans and developments and to know they have thoroughly enjoyed their day out here gives all of the team a great sense of satisfaction.’’

Notes to Editors:

Find more information on the Scottish Hospitality Awards

Loch Lomond Shores is the gateway to Scotland’s first national park and is situated at Ben Lomond Way, Balloch, G83 8QL

For any queries, please contact:

Stuart Williams, Marketing Assistant,  Tel 01389 751 031 

Kat Kennedy, Marketing Manager,    Tel 01389 751031 

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