Its the Real Deal for William Hill Bingo
Just like David Dickenson who is the host of the Real Deal TV show that is due to be aired on our TV screens every week day between 2pm and 3pm, he switched from hosting Bargain Hunt to a variety of other TV shows and William Hill Bingo have gone from sponsoring the “Spin Star” ITV daytime show to now sponsoring “The Real Deal”! When you think about it the name of this TV show it quite apt for an online gaming company to sponsor in more ways than one – The Real Deal, is that what you get when playing online bingo with William Hill Bingo? Well you could say so, as they certainly know their bingo.
William Hill Bingo are set to sponsor the real deal for four months starting today Monday 5th January and these sponsorship deals are a good way to get their online bingo site out in the public domain even more.
Spokesperson for William Hill Bingo, Lili Huang, said “For an initial foray into actual programme sponsorship, we were very pleased with the response from the Spin Star association. We’re delighted to have this opportunity of sponsoring the Real Deal, because the programme has the potential for a far bigger audience with its current scheduling.”
William Hill also announced their most unluckiest gambler for 2008 this week, after going on a hunt to find 2008’s most frustrating bad luck story. They declared punter Paul Greenwood, who comes from Barnsley the unluckiest gambler with them throughout last year, Paul made a bad decision back in April last year when he placed his weekly £10 accumulator football bet on 14 teams winning over that weekend. Paul initially included his favourite football team Manchester United, but in a last minute decision he replaced them with Arsenal, who were playing Aston Villa at the time.
Unlucky for Paul the other 13 teams in his selection all came in for him, but Arsenal let him down as they drew with Aston Villa………..if he had stuck with his first choice Manchester United then the £10 bet Paul placed would have turned into a whopping £795,000 win, but sadly Paul ended up being a tenner down.