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In this media section, all exhibitors are invited to write press releases about their product at VisitScotland Expo, which is accessible to buyers and journalists throughout the world. Save your press release as a PDF and email it to the Events team at expo@visitscotland.com, to upload on your behalf.

For corporate media enquiries please contact:

Anna Gault, Corporate Press Officer.
Tel: 0131 472 2223
Email: anna.gault@visitscotland.com

For UK consumer media enquiries please contact Erin Hickey.
Tel: 0131 472 2030
Email: erin.hickey@visitscotland.com

For International media enquiries please contact Marie Coulon.
Tel: 0131 472 2033
Email: marie.coulon@visitscotland.com

For further information about VisitScotland, and the organisation's press releases, go to www.visitscotland.org

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Landmark Press is Scotland’s leading supplier of visitor information.
We handle over 9 million leaflets each year targeting 5000 display outlets in Scotland.
We have EXCLUSIVE display at all Historic Scotland and National Trust sites – including Edinburgh Castle.
Our Welcome to Edinburgh/Scotland Guides (2.3M copies) are printed in 7 languages and on guaranteed display at VisitScotland iCentres.
Our 17 regional Welcome Bedroom Folders are in 11,000 accommodation outlets across Scotland.
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Historic Houses Scotland
Historic Houses Scotland represents over 200 privately owned houses, castles and gardens, most of which are family homes, lived in by the descendants of the families for whom they were built. Over 70 of our historic properties open regularly to the public withmany moreoffering a variety of opportunities including exclusive use accommodation, special tours and garden visits. Many provide a unique venue for weddings, dinners, corporate, and bespoke events.
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