The company behind Irn-Bru has been unveiled as the latest sponsor of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Soft drinks firm AG Barr, whose links with Glasgow date back more than 100 years, has been named an official supporter of the Games, which are taking place between July 23 and August 3 2014.
It will support the event through a range of brands, including fizzy drink Irn-Bru and Strathmore spring water. Water will be supplied to the athletes' village while other drinks will be made available across Glasgow 2014 venues.
Glasgow 2014 chief executive David Grevemberg said: "I am delighted to welcome such a well-known Scottish brand into the Glasgow 2014 family of supporters.
"AG Barr is known around the world for being distinctly Scottish and has grown to become one of the largest soft drinks producers in the UK while remaining synonymous with the warmth and humour of Scots. The company has a strong track record of supporting sport at all levels from grassroots to elite and we look forward to working with them."
The company will also support the Games through exotic juice drink Rubicon and Barr, which has a range of soft drinks.
AG Barr chief executive Roger White said: "We are hugely proud of our strong roots in Scotland and our long-standing Glasgow heritage which dates back more than 100 years.
"Glasgow 2014 is massively exciting, whether you're taking part, volunteering or watching. The Games will bring something extraordinary to a very special city, and we are delighted to play our part in that."
Sport minister Shona Robison said: "AG Barr has a strong history of sports sponsorship in Scotland and I am pleased to see such an iconic Scottish brand playing a part in the Commonwealth Games.
"The 2014 Games are a fantastic opportunity to showcase Scottish products and I would encourage local companies to take advantage of the economic benefits the Games have to offer."