Bru cash boost in store for hospice

FANS of Scotland's unofficial national drink are in for a treat.

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AG Barr, makers of Irn Bru, are to launch the soft drink's first retail shop in Glasgow. Profits will help the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, which is also supported by the Evening Times.

The shop, made out of shipping containers painted in Irn Bru colours, will be on the corner of Wilson Street and Candleriggs during the Games.

Adrian Troy, Barr's head of marketing said: "We're delighted to donate our post-operations profit to the hospice."

Morag Cunningham, hospice director of fundraising, said: "We are honoured to be associated with Irn Bru and their pop-up retail store."

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