Bodog.com, the top ranked US facing online gambling brand, announced that sports legends Mike Ditka and Reggie Jackson have been confirmed as special guests at the 2005 Bodog.com Poker & Sports Marketing Conference set for July 6th and 7th, 2005 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Bodog Conference traditionally attaracts leaders of the online gambling industry.
“This opportunity to learn from and mingle with the most engaging personalities in professional sports should undoubtedly be a thrill for all attendees,” said Bodog.com Founder and CEO Calvin Ayre. “An entire day will be dedicated to sports marketing, during which time Ditka and Jackson will be sharing old war stories from on and off the field as well as imparting their tips on achieving success in life.”
Following the success of the 2004 Bodog.com Conference, Bodog.com is once again bringing together the industry’s top minds for the 2005 Bodog.com Poker & Sports Marketing Conference. Other speakers include World Series of Poker Tournament Director Matt Savage, PokerRoyalty.com’s Brian Balsbaugh, Playbook Magazine publisher Marc Lawrence, online gambling legal expert Allyn Jaffery Shulman, SportsDatabases President Scott Neil, and Founder and President of Sports911.com / Gambling911.com Christopher ‘Sting’ Costigan. More great speakers are being added and will be announced soon.
“Joe Montana was the highlight of the conference last year, and in continuing with our tradition of providing attendees with a once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet sports legends, Bodog.com is proud to have Mike Ditka and Reggie Jackson on hand at this year’s conference. Talk about a sports fan’s dream come true!” said Calvin Ayre, Founder and CEO of Bodog.com.
Bodog.com is leading the charge to educate the industry and provide the most valuable event available for advertisers, affiliates, investors, suppliers and media. “We are all very excited to bring this event back to Las Vegas, and know that this will be the single event everyone involved in the online gambling industry should attend,” said Calvin Ayre. “We have a number of big surprises planned for this year, but you will have to be there to experience it all.”