The Royal Caledonian Curling Club has appointed Bruce Crawford as its new Chief Executive Officer. Bruce will take up his appointment at Cairnie House on October 4.
Having qualified with a Postgraduate Diploma in Leisure Policy and Planning at the University of Edinburgh, Bruce has also had long-term voluntary connections with other sports associations including Scotland’s Alternative Skiers Charity and the British Association of Snowsport Instructors.
Speaking about the appointment, the Royal Caledonian Curling Club, Chairman of the Board Willie Nicoll said, 'The Board is pleased to announce that Bruce has accepted the offer of the post of Chief Executive Officer. Bruce’s experience will be a great asset to the Royal Club as we continue to implement our strategic plans'.
Bruce Crawford said, 'I am pleased to be joining the Royal Caledonian Curling Club and am looking forward to working with the staff, volunteers and the wider curling community who enjoy the game. I am committed to supporting the clubs and individuals and I will ensure that, with our partners, we offer the support needed to keep Scottish curlers delivering world class results.'"