Scots bus firm affords free bus journey for army personnel

SCOTS bus firm McGill’s is launching a free bus journey programme year-round for all serving army personnel from immediately onwards.

The programme is run by Midland Bluebird and Jap Scottish bus operators, who’re a part of the McGill’s Group owned by Scots billionaire brothers Sandy and James Easdale.

They’re additionally providing free journey to veterans this weekend, in help of Armed Forces Day on Saturday 24.

Free journey is out there to personnel sporting their uniforms, carrying army ID and people with a veteran’s medal or badge.

Andy Bryceland and Jordan Finnegan promote the brand new veterans’ free journey scheme.

The programme has already been launched in different areas of the McGill’s Group and proved to be successful.

Group managing director, Alex Hornby stated: “The armed forces are near the hearts of a lot of our colleagues and prospects.

“We’re delighted to have the ability to help each serving army personnel and veterans celebrating Armed Forces Day this weekend.

“We additionally hope that our new free journey programme for serving army personnel all 12 months spherical exhibits our dedication to those hard-working women and men.

“The suggestions now we have obtained over various years in Glasgow, Renfrewshire and Inverclyde has been so constructive, and we’re delighted to now roll this out on our networks all through Scotland.” 

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