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ScotLife goes back to Sky

Scottish Life is sponsoring Sky TV&#39s pay-per-view football channel Premiership Plus for the second year.

Head of communications Alasdair Buchanan says: “As a business, we have benefited considerably from sports sponsorship, having been involved in a number of significant deals over the years. Our first year of sponsorship was a terrific success, with six million people viewing Premiership Plus games over the season.”

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