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Peterborough Saxons support BingoLotto
By BAFA Media and Marketing
Feb 27, 2023 - 1:53:14 PM

Back on the screens in the not too distant future, Peterborough Saxons were out in force supporting the promotional activity for the launch of BingoLotto at a local retailer.

The Peterborough Saxons attended the launch to show their support for this initiative and with a minimum of 20% from BingoLotto Gamecard sales going to UK charities, the Peterborough Saxons are just one of many sports clubs that will benefit.

Speaking  on the launch, Peterborough Saxons General Manager, Mark Kerr, commented, "We're delighted to have been involved with the launch of BingoLotto. As an amateur sports club, funding is difficult to come by, and BingoLotto represents an incredible opportunity for teams like us to get out there and do our bit towards securing the future of our sport in this country".

BingoLotto will be back on our screens in the summer on Virgin 1. BingoLotto offers a one in ten chance of winning a prize and with every Bingo Gamecard there are more than fifteen opportunities to win a prize such as cash jackpots of up to £100,000, cars, holidays, consumer electronics and more.

Fiona Hortopp from BingoLotto added, "It was great to have the Peterborough Saxons at the event on Thursday – they really did add some fun and theatre to the day!  More importantly, their presence at the event, underlined the fantastic opportunity that BingoLotto will be giving to grassroots sports in UK – a minimum of 20% of the Bingo Gamecard sales will be going directly to a wide range of UK good causes with the main beneficiaries being The Central Council of Physical Recreation (CCPR), the independent umbrella organisation for national governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation in the UK, and the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) the umbrella body for the voluntary and community sector in England.

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