UK: Burn Stewart announces football sponsorships

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 27 November 2006

Scotch whisky producer Burn Stewart Distillers has announced that its Scottish Leader Blended Scotch Whisky brand is to become the Official Whisky for three major Scottish football clubs, Celtic, Heart of Midlothian and Glasgow Rangers.

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Scotch whisky producer Burn Stewart Distillers has announced that its Scottish Leader Blended Scotch Whisky brand is to become the Official Whisky for three major Scottish football clubs, Celtic, Heart of Midlothian and Glasgow Rangers.

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