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15,000 volunteers needed to make the Games fantastic

With the opening of the Volunteer Centre this week, Glasgow 2014 officially launched its search for 15,000 of Scotland’s friendliest faces.

Clyde, the Glasgow 2014 Mascot, was given the scissors to cut the ribbon and complete the opening, supported by Lord Smith, Chairman of Glasgow 2014, Games Partners, representatives from leading voluntary organisations and a selection of people representing the diversity of the volunteers required at the Games.

Lord Smith said, “Today’s formal opening of the Volunteer Centre is a landmark moment for Glasgow 2014 and this building will go on to be the hub where the interviews take place to recruit the friendly faces who can stamp their own personalities on the Games.

“I would urge those considering being a volunteer to register their interest online at the first opportunity and for them to begin to think about how they personally could assist Glasgow 2014 in making this an event to remember.”

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