Seaniemac Partners With Donedeal And Attheraces

SEANIEMAC PARTNERS WITH DONEDEAL AND ATTHERACES

28th October, 2013 at 09:31:24
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Added exposure for Irish gambling firm

Gambling firm SeanieMac Limited will partner with Donedeal.ie as its exclusive betting partner enjoying added exposure by way of dynamic banners featuring special offers displayed on the Done Deal website from November 2013. Done Deal is an online classifieds website which is ranked as the tenth largest website in Ireland claiming 300 000 daily visitors.

SeanieMac's second partnership with Britain and Ireland 's horseracing TV channel and website At The Races (ATR) will also display SeanieMac banners and include a SeanieMac live odds feed to its odds comparison grid from November.

Sean McEniff, chief executive officer of Seaniemac.com commenting on the deals said: "By partnering with these very successful businesses and leaders in their respected industries we will get SeanieMac in front of millions of potential customers every month and will give our brand great exposure and will add to our already strong customer base. This announcement is further evidence of the growing strength of the SeanieMac brand."

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