Spanish Rangers Supporters Bar unveiled as headline event sponsor

The latest event organised by Scottish events and production company, The Longest Forty has been given an international twist, as it unveils Costa del sol Rangers pub, Bar None, as the headline event sponsor.

The event will bring together two of Rangers greatest ever captains at the Glynhill Hotel in Glasgow on Friday 15th March, in An Evening with Richard Gough and Terry Butcher hosted by popular club historian, David Mason. With well over 400 appearances between them, Richard Gough and Terry Butcher will recount incredible tales from their illustrious and trophy laden careers, including their time captaining the national squad.

Rangers’ supporters pub, Bar None, based in Benalmadena is the Costa del sol’s premier supporters bar, having welcomed fans from all over the World for many years. Recently, young Scottish entrepreneur, Mitchell Carling bought the bar from the long-standing owners, and has vowed to continue to offer a haven for travelling Bears visiting the Spanish coast.

Speaking of his decision to sponsor the event Mitchell Carling commented; “I’d just bought Bar None in Benalmadena when I was contacted by the team at The Longest Forty. I’ve just started a six-week renovation programme, so this is a perfect way to promote the re-opening of the bar, which is scheduled for Friday 29th March. I’m looking forward to the event and to convincing a room full of Rangers fans to visit the Costa del sol this Summer.”

Speaking of Bar None’s sponsorship of the evening, Operations Director at The Longest Forty, John Brown commented; “We’re delighted to welcome Mitchell Carling and his new venture Bar None as headline sponsors. It is great to partner with such a new business, and a lifelong Rangers fan. I’m sure this will be the start of a great relationship between The Longest Forty, and Mitchell Carling’s venues around the World.”