World sports’ A-listers line up for LAC 2017

Shona ODonnell, iGB

iGB Affiliate (iGB) the event organiser of theLondon Affiliate Conference (9-12 February) , has announced that a number of sporting celebrities will be mingling with delegates at this year’s marketing conference

iGB marketing informs that among the biggest names to attend LAC, are former Ajax, Barcelona and Rangers player Frank de Boer, as well as darts referee Russ Bray, will be at the William Hill stand.
De Boer, who won 112 caps for the Netherlands, will meet delegates on 11th February from 10:00, and will be interviewed by James Richardson at 11:00.
Elsewhere, ex-England captain and rugby union World Cup winner Mike Tindall MBE will be meeting fans at the UFX stand on February 10th.
Meanwhile former Hull City, West Ham and Fulham player, and current Leatherhead FC manager, Jimmy Bullard will be at the BetBright stand posing for pictures and chatting with delegates.
And on 11th February the Betsafe stand will play host to former Premier League manager Harry Redknapp and Manchester City legend Paul Dickov, who will take part in a Q&A session from 12:15.
Other familiar faces at this year’s LAC include Betfred founder Fred Done (ActiveWins), The Chase’s Mark “The Beast” Labbett (Gala Partners) and the Leicester Tigers squad (LeoVegas).
Many exhibitors will also be holding competitions and other activities at their stands in what is set to be one of the most entertaining LACs in history.
iGaming Business’ head of operations, Shona ODonnell, commented: “LAC has a history of drawing some of the most interesting voices in sport, and this year is no different.
“We are delighted to see our exhibitors pull out all the stops to ensure LAC delegates enjoy a memorable few days.”
The London Affiliate Conference and Financial Partners Expo take place between 9th – 12th February at their new venue of the ExCeL, with more than 5,000 delegates and exhibitors expected to attend.

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