View Full Version : Who is the Girl in the Coral Ad ?
I shouldnt admit to knowing but its https://twitter.com/misscarlybaker
She has been a UFC girl too ...dont know about the darts :p
03-06-2014, 08:34 AM
You two should know better
Getting back on topic (Mares)
Coral are going a sensational 4/1 on Quevega winning the OLBG Mares' Hurdle at the 2014 Cheltenham Festival[/B].
With the start of the Cheltenham Festival just days away, leading bookmaker Coral has unveiled a special sign-up offer for new mobile and online customers.
The firm will be enhancing the price of the star mare Quevega to 4-1 for next Tuesday’s David Nicholson Mares’ Hurdle, a race she will be attempting to win for a record-breaking sixth time, and for which she is currently the red-hot 8-11 favourite.
Coral’s David Stevens : “The Cheltenham Festival provides a great opportunity to speak to potential customers, and we reckon a massively enhanced price about one of the headline acts of the meeting is a great way of cutting through the noise and attracting people to our mobile and online offering. The 4-1 about Quevega will be available to a maximum of £10 to new customers signing up to either channel, and we will keep this offer going until the tapes go up for her record-breaking attempt on Tuesday.
“Although we believe this is the right offer for us at this time as a customer acquisition tool, we won’t be forgetting our existing customers next week. We’ll continue to offer money back as a free bet on all fallers (includes unseats and brought downs) online and via mobile, while our shop regulars will benefit from a series of enhanced prices throughout the Festival,” added Stevens.
**David Nicholson Mares’ Hurdle offer available to new coral.co.uk and mobile customers to a maximum of £10 from 8am Thursday
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iGaming Business – The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a television from UK bookmaker Coral after complaints that it linked gambling to seduction.
The ad features two men reading a newspaper and discussing horseracing in a barber shop before music starts to play and a woman dressed as a jockey walks in.
As she walks past the men, she stops close to one’s gaping jaw with her whip while other men in the shop stare at her.
A voice-over then states, ‘Get ready for today’s great offer,’ with the woman holding up a sign bearing the odds for a horse in an upcoming race.
A single complainant argued that the advert linked gambling to seduction, which goes against advertising rules in the UK.
Although Coral admitted its ad did make use of an attractive female character, it “did not consider that it linked gambling with seduction, sexual success or enhanced attractiveness”.
The bookmaker made clear that the female did not “flirt with or seduce the men and there was no suggestion that the men would be more attractive or sexually successful after betting”.:rolleyes:
08-22-2014, 10:04 AM
As this is rapidly becoming our most viewed thread of the year :)
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