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32Red Helps Disabled Gambler

Online casino 32Red donated a gracious gift to a disabled UK gambler who was victimized by burglars last week.

A member on Casinomeister's forum who goes by the alias Salty, wrote about how burglars broke into her home and stole her television and spare wheelchair. Her laptop was with her in her bedroom and therefore saved.

Uninsured, Salty was poised to start the long road of saving to replace the stolen goods. It was at that moment that a delivery service arrived at her doorstep, dropping off a brand new television that was donated by 32Red Sales Manager Mark and his fellow co-workers.

Speaking about the random act of kindness, Salty wrote: "This is the most amazing act of kindness...and I wish I had the words to explain how touched I am by this. Words really do fail me at the moment ...so many thanks to Mark, I'm so choked up and touched."

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usbarbadosslim93
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28 March 2012 - 3:00pm
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This is a really uplifting story. Great job 32Red!

If I were able to play at this casino, I would definitely be wagering here. I hear nothing but good things about 32Red and this just reinforces my thoughts.

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29 March 2012 - 1:26am
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Wow, what an awesome story. So nice to read about a casino not out just for themselves, and a casino who truly care about their customers. Amazing! Thanks for sharing.

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29 March 2012 - 3:56am
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It sounds like the gesture of kindness meant as much to her as the tv. Nice to know there are still some good, caring people left in this world.

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