June 27, 2022

VISITABERDEENSHIRE is partnering with ice-cream manufacturer Mackie’s of Scotland to boost the area as a vacation place across the British isles this summer time.

One specific will scoop a two-evening crack in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire in a prize attract staying promoted on 80,000 tubs of Mackie’s popular honeycomb ice cream, remaining distributed Uk huge next thirty day period.

Three runners-up will every single receive a year’s provide of Mackie’s ice cream.

The honeycomb ice cream is built with molten pieces of honeycomb developed to a traditional recipe in Mackie’s sweetie kitchen at the relatives farm in the vicinity of Rothienorman in Aberdeenshire.

(L-R) Mac Mackie of Mackie's and Chris Foy of VisitAberdeenshire.
(L-R) Mac Mackie of Mackie’s and Chris Foy of VisitAberdeenshire.

It showcased in the new “Inside the Factory” programme with Greg Wallace on BBC2.

Chris Foy, CEO VisitAberdeenshire explained: “We’re delighted to continue our collaboration with Mackie’s of Scotland on yet another marketing and advertising campaign which flies the flag for the region as a should-see location with a superb meals and consume larder.

“Above and Further than encapsulates the higher-top quality customer encounter provided listed here in the north-east from our surroundings, accommodation, locations to consume and drink and diversified sights.”

Mac Mackie, Mackie’s of Scotland’s Taking care of Director mentioned, “We’re delighted to be portion of the campaign to market a great spot of the place, which has develop into synonymous with excellent foodstuff and drink solutions – a thing that Mackie’s is proud to be a section of.”

The special advertising tubs will attribute a website link to a internet site where ice product and travel followers alike will be in a position to enter the level of competition in the hopes of profitable an unforgettable crack for two in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire or a variety of Mackie’s ice cream linked prizes.

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