Electronic Promotional Kit Free to use digital resource

Always Book Scotland Direct

When Scotland re-opens one of the many things that needs to change is Scotland’s unhealthy dependence on third party distribution channels.

It is, and will be, critically important that each and every one of us in the hospitality sector clearly express to our visitors across the world that it is ALWAYS best to Book Scotland Direct.

Our Book Scotland Direct resource kit has been put together to help our clients share the same message to all of our visitors.

We hope you find it useful in helping to drive more low cost DIRECT business.

Free to use Logos

We have created three versions of the Book Scotland Direct logo. The two coloured and block white versions of the logo are available to download for free in the following formats JPEG | EPS | AI | PNG | PDF

Simply right click on the images below and save the JPEG version to your computer or you can download the various versions by clicking on the button below the images.

The image can be freely used by any business on website, social media and print at no cost. Standard copyright restrictions apply relating to unauthorised and these are listed here. We respectfully request that the logo is not be used with any other message over the graphics.

Right Click on image to save JPEG Version
Right click on image to save JPEG Version

We have started building a library of beautiful Scottish imagery featuring destiantions and properties throughout the country for use on your social media and distribution channels. Please feel free to use and share.

The website features a full resource website kit including sample content and best practice from digital marketing specialists curated from across the internet. There are two Facebook pages Tourism Matters which is Business to Business and Scotland's For Me which is consumer facing.

We invite you to engage with both of these and will give updates and offer updated links to articles on how to improve direct bookings at all levels. Additional digital resource will be added on Twitter and Instagram - remember please use the hashtag