Gauselmann’s political engagement campaign is helping to improve knowledge of the industry amongst MPs. Former Government Chief Whip, Andrew Mitchell MP, is the latest to see his constituents at play at a Merkur AGC.
Gauselmann owned brands, Praesepe and Blueprint have joined forces with Bacta to donate £12,000 to fund 100 Amazon Fire tablets and care packages to industry charity, Rays of Sunshine (ROS). The tablets, described as a ‘god send’ by ROS chief executive Laura Barnett, will be distributed to children who, due to restrictions introduced to help stem the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, find themselves isolated from friends and family in hospital.
Praesepe, part of the Gauselmann Group whose famous UK-facing brands include Blueprint Gaming, Betcom Games and Regal Gaming and Leisure, has celebrated its exciting and dynamic relationship with the bacta Charitable Trust with a cheque presentation totalling £20,000. The five figure sum, presented by Praesepe COO, Mark Schertle was received by bacta Chief Executive John White alongside representatives from the Trust’s four charity partners.