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A Red Red Rose By Any Other Name?

A Facebook campaign with the idea to rename Glasgow Prestwick Airport after Robert Burns, the national poet of Scotland, has been bestsellers online gathering support http://lexapropharmacy-generic.com/catalog/Depression/Cymbalta.htm amongst literature fans. Robert Burns, known as the Bard of Ayrshire and Scotland’s Favorite Son, is considered a pioneer of the Romantic Movement and is one of the best known writers in the Scots dialect. His well known works include ‘Red, Red Rose’ and ‘Auld Lang Syne’. Chief executive Mark Rodwell has rejected the proposal, saying

that without the ‘Glasgow’ in the name, travelers will be confused as to which

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  1. Iain Cochrane is the Chief Executive of Glasgow Prestwick Airport now !!

    Eddi Reader and Sheena Wellington are backing the campaign. The executive director of the Scottish Heritage & Research Society in America has sent a newsletter to all his members and Alastair McIntyre the director of ElectricScotland.com is backing the campaign.

    Nearly 4000 members so far on the Facebook page with local radio and newspapers running with the story of the campaign.