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theEword wins marketing and development contract for Buckingham Bingo

Manchester-based digital agency theEword is delighted to reveal the details of its latest client win, having won a development contract for Manchester-based bingo operator Buckingham Bingo.

theEword pitched successfully to secure an SEO, design and development contract with the bingo company, who chose to employ the digital agency based on its experience of running marketing campaigns in the online gaming field for clients including Manchester-based provider of online casino games Million-2-1.

theEword will supply SEO consultancy and services to Buckingham Bingo’s online arm, Bucky Bingo. Work to be undertaken will include site design and content population (including static website content, news, blogs and social media features).

Buckingham Bingo is the third largest bingo operator in the UK and the country’s biggest independent bingo organisation.

Based in Manchester, the company has provided quality bingo services for over 30 years and sees over 2.7 million annual admissions across its 11 bingo halls nationwide. The company employees over 500 staff in a number of cities, including Manchester and Liverpool.

Of the contract win, theEword MD Al Mackin said:

“We are delighted to be working with a company of this calibre. Buckingham Bingo is a prestigious brand and a household name across the United Kingdom. Thousands of players enjoy its high quality service, both in bingo halls and online every month. We’re looking forward to bringing the game of bingo to a whole new group of players.”

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