Trump is so wrong to can our na­tional drink

Call for Irn- Bru to re­turn to Turn­berry

Ayrshire Post - - Advertising Feature - Lochlin Highet

Last week we broke the news that Trump Turn­berry have stopped sell­ing the na­tion’s favourite soft drink, Irn- Bru.

The ho­tel claim that the fa­mous bev­er­age leaves stains in the car­pets that are dif­fi­cult to re­move.

We hit the streets to find out what peo­ple in Ayr High Street thought about the move.

Anne Bry­den, 66, of Ayr said: “Jame­sie Cot­ter would not be amused – he was a Rab C. Nesbitt char­ac­ter who al­ways had Irn- Bru.

“I don’t drink fizzy juice, but I dis­agree with this de­ci­sion.

“What about red wine? Surely the ho­tel have enough money to get more clean­ers.”

El­iz­a­beth For­rester, 71, of Ayr said: “They should re­ally still be sell­ing it. I don’t think it’s right as it’s Scot­land’s na­tional drink.

“I’m a big fan and I have never had a prob­lem clean­ing it.”

Tam La­mont, 64, of Kirk­con­nel said: “It’s our na­tional drink and a huge part of our her­itage.

“I am a fan of it and have never had a bother with clean­ing it.

“It seems ridicu­lous to ban the drink.” Jac­qui La­mont, 64, of Kirk­con­nel said: “It’s wrong to ban such a drink.

“At the end of the day it’s peo­ple’s choice in what they drink, and we pride our­self that the coun­try is a free­dom of choice na­tion.

“I have never had a bother with the stains so it’s poor that this has come about.

They should still sell it. It’s not right... it’s Scot­land’s na­tional drink

El­iz­a­beth For­rester

El­iz­a­beth For­rester

Tam La­mont

Anne Bry­den

Jac­qui La­mont

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