Press release, May 2010

Print5, a print company run by a family of orienteers, have many years of experience in printing both high quality digital and waterproof orienteering maps. Print5 will be behind the printing of maps, flyers, booklets and banners for the Park World Tour competition taking place in Perth this September.

Other confirmed Park World Tour sponsors and supporters include; Tunnock’s who will be fueling all competitors with their very own caramel wafers; the race bib numbers will be provided by Tackla and EventScotland, I & H Brown and Sports Match who are providing financial support. The Park World Tour in Perth will also be one of Perth and Kinross Council’s Perth800 celebratory events which mark the 800th anniversary of the granting of the Royal Burgh Charter to Perth.

With only 4 months until this high profile spectator event hits the streets of Perth the entries are open and a number of Worlds best orienteers have already confirmed their attendance, including multiple World Champion Daniel Hubmann from Switzerland and our very own 2008 World Relay Champion Graham Gristwood.

For entries and further info please visit The Park World Tour 2010 website www.scottish-orienteering.org/pwt2010.

Posted: 06th May 10

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