|April 25, 2007 (New York, US) - Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that the upcoming Casino Affiliate Convention and Gaming Marketing Conference, taking place May 3-5, 2007 in Amsterdam at the NH Grand Krasnapolsky Hotel has more attendees and affiliates than any previous event. |
Marketing to Europe has recently become a high priority to the online gaming industry. As a result, ther has been significant interest in the Amsterdam Casino Affiliate Convention. Close to 1000 industry executives are expected to attend the event. More importantly, over 325 of those already registered are gaming affiliates, with 350-400 expected. Casino Affiliate Conventions have for the last 5 consecutive years assembled the largest collection of gaming affiliates at one event. Most of the affiliates attending are high revenue producing 'super affiliates.' CAC2007 Amsterdam will have on May 3-5, 2007 assembled the largest collection of super affiliates for any industry at one location.
The Amsterdam Casino Affiliate Convention (http://www.CasinoAffiliateConvention.com/) covers advanced online affiliate marketing and advertising methods for the casino, poker, bingo, P2P and sports book industry, specifically to Europe.
The exhibit hall for the 2007 Amsterdam Casino Affiliate Convention has been completely sold out for several months. Few additional sponsorships remain. Attendance at this event is at near sell out levels. Online registration ends Friday April 27, 2007.
To serve the Asian affiliate market, the company will have a Casino Affiliate Convention in Macau, PR China at the Macau Venetian Hotel & Casino on November 28-29, 2007.
For more information:
please visit the website www.CasinoAffiliateConvention.com or contact
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
Tel: USA +1 (212) 722-1744 ext 72
Fax: USA +1 (208) 728-6456
Casino Affiliate Convention, L.D.C.
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