Go Coco Unveiled as Title Sponsors in Double Event Deal
The Royal Caledonian Curling Club (RCCC), the national governing body for curling in Scotland, has today announced a new title sponsorship deal with Freedom Brands a supplier of functional healthy food and drink, Go Coco coconut water is an award winning healthy beverage and Go Coco will support two of the RCCC’s flagship national curling championships.
This refreshing alliance will kick off in Perth next month at the Go Coco Scottish Curling Championships from 14th to 20th February followed by the Go Coco Scottish Curling Senior Championships in Hamilton from 24th to 28th February.
Go Coco are a healthy drinks brand, one of the biggest suppliers of coconut water in the UK and Europe. Coconut water has made its way into the fridges of many athletes over the past two years as they look to improve their diet and nutrition. Coconut water is known for its functional health benefits in pre and post exercise, assisting naturally in hydration and recovery which is why it’s a favourite of many of our Scottish Sports men and women.
Stuart McLean, Marketing Manager for the RCCC said, “We are delighted to welcome Go Coco to Scottish Curling. This is a great brand fit for our modern sport where performance is key and we look forward to working together to deliver a world class event experience for athletes and spectators alike.”
Tracey Hogarth, Director Go Coco said “We are delighted to be supporting Scottish Curling which develops home grown talent and has provided a really strong performance over the past number of years establishing Scotland as a force to be reckoned with in the world of curling, we hope that Go Coco will keep athletes and spectators fully hydrated during the competitions so they don’t miss any excitement”.
The Go Coco Scottish Curling Championships is Scotland’s premier curling event showcasing the best of Scotland’s male and female curling teams battling it out for their respective national titles, and the right to represent Scotland at the World Curling Championships. In recent years the finals have played host to some of Scotland’s top curling talent including former World Champions and Olympic Medallists Eve Muirhead and David Murdoch. Tickets are now on sale for the Finals order yours online at Eventbrite
The Go Coco Scottish Curling Senior Championships is open to curlers aged 50 years and over and brings together the best senior teams from across Scotland to compete for the national men’s and women’s titles and places at the World Senior Curling Championships. In 2014 Scotland’s senior women were crowned World Champions when they won the world title on home soil in Dumfries.