More than 200 of the NVT Players – the volunteers who supported NVT in its role as Technology Services Integrator at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games – were re-united in the city at the weekend for their “Post-Games Graduation Bash”.
At a special ceremony held at Glasgow’s Caledonian University, each of the Players were presented with a watch by NVT in recognition of their services during the Games.
Commonwealth Games Chief Executive David Grevemberg handed each volunteer a scroll along with the watch as he congratulated them all for helping deliver the IT required to stage the Games and thus contributing to ‘the most successful Commonwealth Games ever’. The group was also addressed by Glasgow’s Lord Provost, Sadie Docherty.
NVT’s Managing Director Stephen Park Brown said: “We were privileged to be named Technology Services Integrator for Glasgow 2014 and to have played our part in contributing to a great event for Glasgow and Scotland. This was our way of showing our appreciation to these volunteers and to our own staff who have worked round the clock before, during and after the Commonwealth Games in ensuring that we delivered everything with 100% success. This is our contribution to the Glasgow 2014 legacy.”