PTS Clean are proud to support The Scotland Loves Local campaign, a national initiative designed to encourage all those who live in Scotland to think local first and support their local town centres and high streets safely and in line with public health guidelines.
Ruggy Loves Local
Ruggy Loves Local
Even before coming up with the idea of the Local Business Network back in 2012 the team at PTS Clean have always been great believers in “keeping it local” as much as we can and it’s now more relevant than ever.
So when Clyde Gateway got in touch with us to tell us all about The Scotland Loves Local campaign we were eager to get involved.
Like many other towns, Rutherglen businesses have lost out on vital trade because they had to close to keep us safe. Many of them have gone to enormous lengths to support the most vulnerable people in our communities and that’s why PTS Clean are firm supporters of the Scotland Loves Local campaign.
As Scotland begins to ease lockdown restrictions and move into recovery, now is the time to support our local businesses as they work to get back on their feet.
Scotland’s towns are a gateway to our past. They are a rich tapestry of Scottish history and our journey to becoming the society and nation we are now. Scotland loves local.
The people who run local businesses are our brothers and sisters, our friends, our aunts and uncles, our neighbours. Whether it’s an emergency pint of milk, catching up with old friends in the local pub or offering a lovely coffee when there’s no big chain available, our high streets have always been there for us.
Our small businesses, whether a pub, cafe, tailor, butcher or a grocery shop, are the lifeblood of our Scottish economy. They take risks each and every day to create jobs and prosperity to maintain our way of life. Now is the time to support them to get back on their feet. Now is the time to be there for them. Now is the time to think local first. This isn’t just about keeping shop units occupied, it’s about supporting the very fabric of our society and community.
Whether it’s a book, or a pint of milk, a night out and a meal, a bedside table or some garden furniture, we’re asking you to take care and think local first.
To find out how you can support the campaign contact Clyde Gateway or for more information visit https://lovelocal.scot/