188BET Online Casino Sponsors Isle of Man Bay Festival

Published Friday, April 02, 2010 - Online-Casinos.com


Online gambling operators are doing well advertising their products to sport enthusiasts and punters all over the world. One way to make a big splash and keep the attention focused on gaming is to sponsor events and teams and now events such as the Manx Telecom Bay Festival ‘X Factor Meets Britain’s Got Talent.’ The Isle of Man is well known for it's online gambling industry that keeps the jurisdiction humming along. The 188 Foundation, which was established by 188BET will take on the sponsorship of the almost sold out event this year 2010. In Noble's Park, Douglas, on Friday, June 18 to Sunday, June 20, 2010 the 188 Foundation will make the proceedings even more exciting. Along with charitable work, the 188 Foundation was create to support many worthy causes globally and many local community projects. Sponsorship by the online gambling operator was lauded as a great thing by officials who see this as a locally based company giving back something to the community. 188 Foundation spokesperson Caroline Marchment, said, "We are delighted to have the opportunity to get involved in this event as it reflects our own passionate and energetic work ethic that we hold dearly. We believe the Manx Telecom Bay Festival is a fantastic community event for the whole Island to enjoy and get behind." 188BET has a sincere interest in sporting events with a number of sponsorships are already underway in the North West region. The four days of music and fun will feature acts such as JLS, The Saturdays, Spandau Ballet, Calvin Harris, 80s stars such as Rick Astley, and many more. Sunday afternoon will feature an 'X Factor meets Britain's Got Talent' event which includes former contestants from both hit ITV shows. Festival organiser Jonathan Irving commented, "We are keen to bring a 'Manx' feel to the festival, and are delighted that our own passions for the festival are mirrored by a company such as the 188 Foundation, and thank them for their support."



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