New manager at Ladbrokes

Ladbrokes will appoint a new manager who will succeed Alan Ross. The newspaper Northamptonshire Chronicle reports that the Executive Director of Towcester Racecourse, Chris Palmer, will be given a new position with Lord Hesketh and start his new job at Ladbrokes in February. He will succeed Alan Ross asmanager on the British gaming giant. If this will lead to any significant differences in Labdrokes casino remains to be seen.

Chris Palmer is a respected pioneer

Palmer is a respected pioneer who is known for, inter alia, having pushed through the decision of free entry at Towcester. He has also been Managing Director of Hesketh Family Office, where he has overseen the Hesketh family business during the period in which property and the family race track were sold. He was before that head of GG Media.

“I decided it was time to grow and learn new things.”, Said Palmer, a regional news agency. “Theis is a new and exciting challenge, especially to develop Ladbrooks business both within Britain and internationally. I hope my experience will be helpfull. “

In September Lord Hesketh announced that race track was on for sale for 10 million pounds after the same amount had been spent to restore and improve the race track. New bleachers have been built. Palmer has many times been involved in negotiations with several interested buyers.

About Ladbrokes

Ladbrokes was founded in 1886 and is a world leading gaming company with 2925 betting shops and 16.394 employees. In 2005 Ladbrokes had a turnover of about 18 billion euro.
Ladbrokes has over 3 million registered customers from 30 countries and operates gaming services in 18 languages. Their online casino is very user friendly and players can very fast register an account and start playing. This makes them a nice online casino for new players that are looking for the thrill of online casino.