ADVERTORIAL: Over R500 000 payout at Bingo Royale

2016-11-16 06:02
Lucky winner, Charles Jenkins (middle) receives his cheque from Bingo Royale’s Carmen Miles (left) and Manager Chivago Breda. Photo: SUPPLIED

Lucky winner, Charles Jenkins (middle) receives his cheque from Bingo Royale’s Carmen Miles (left) and Manager Chivago Breda. Photo: SUPPLIED

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ONE lucky patron of Bingo Royale Cleary Park now has over half a million rand in the bank after winning the biggest-ever jackpot paid out by a bingo outlet in the Eastern Cape.

On Friday, November 4, Charles Jenkins found the lucky combination which paid out R538 904,88.

This beats the R424 638,95 Allistaire Jordaan won on August 9 by more than R100 000.

According to Bingo Royale director, Yolande Manuel, these are the two biggest Bingo Royale payouts ever since the first Eastern Cape bingo outlet was opened by BOSS Gaming in Mthatha in 2014.

In addition to Mthatha, Eastern Cape Empowerment Company BOSS Gaming operates Bingo Royale outlets in Cleary Park, the East London CBD, Matatiele, Jeffreys Bay and Lusikisiki.

“We are looking forward to a season of winners at Bingo Royale Cleary Park,” said Manuel.

A series of weekly lucky draws will lead up to the giving away of a brand new Toyota Etios on December 17.

Adding to the fun and entertainment, are regular free live shows, as well as weekly specials in the Vinny’s Joint restaurant attached to Bingo Royale Cleary Park.

“There will continue to be a strong focus on security for patrons at Cleary Park, as well as other Bingo Royale outlets over the festive season,” said Manuel.

“All the parking areas are well-lit, and the security guards will walk patrons to their cars if requested.”

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