3 December 2012

Zimbabwe: Soccer Shop in Town

A NEW top class sports betting establishment, which is aimed at promoting the local betting industry, has opened in Harare. Peter Barr, an established Zimbabwean bookmaker, has teamed-up with Lance Michael, a South African licensed bookmaker operating for more than 18 years in his country, bringing with him a wealth of experience in this new and exciting betting products to the Zimbabwean market.

"Soccer Shop" is offering a comprehensive, specilised global horse racing and sports betting facility.

This upmarket betting shop, situated at the old Fantasy Land in Harare, provides a venue where executives, entrepreneurs, horse racing and sporting fans alike can relax in a secure and comfortable environment with up-to-date technology, allowing the convenience of betting and watching horse racing and other sports events on television.

In addition "Soccer Shop" offers a huge array of betting products that includes multiple betting up to 20 selections on all sports and horse racing markets.

Also available are Yankee, Canadian, fixed odds lotto betting, dog racing, Tote and many more.

"Soccer Shop" provides fixed odds betting on numerous sporting events and professional local and international horse racing.

The owners endeavour to provide the public with the most competitive possible prices on all sporting and horse racing events.

"Soccer Shop will continually strive to provide innovative and competitive betting and trading opportunities.

"Soccer Shop embraces the opportunity of providing both established and new clients alike an informed, professional and enjoyable betting experience.

"We are bringing betting to the general public with an opportunity of winning money from small bet.

"I would like to urge people to come and experience this new form of betting," Barr said.

The shop is situated at Speke House at the corner of Speke Avenue and Inez Terrace in Harare.

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