Online charity lottery operator’s share price drops

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 2 June 2006 | News The company launched on the Alternative Investment Market in February 2006 with shares at 115p. Yesterday its shares closed down 14p at 8p, a drop of 65%.The company is working to reduce costs and seek further investment. Shares in Chariot (UK), the operator of the new online lottery, dropped by 65% yesterday, according to The Guardian, following disappointing ticket sales.Although the lottery has raised £520,000 for 20 charities in its first four draws, only 1.68 million tickets have been sold to just over 200,000 players in that period.Chariot admitted that income from ticket sales had been “significantly less than projected and cannot sustain the company’s original business plan”. Advertisement Online charity lottery operator’s share price dropscenter_img About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving.  29 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Gaming Research / statisticslast_img read more

Students camp out to get full GameDay Experience

first_imgTwitter From taking snaps to committing sacks: one Frog’s journey across the football field Hunter Smith ReddIt Facebook TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Hunter Smith is a Sports Broadcasting major and Journalism minor from New Braunfels, Texas. Hunter has his own sports radio talk show you can tune into every Monday at six on KTCU 88.7. After graduation, Hunter hopes to find a job as a sports reporter and on-air talent. Hunter Smith Facebook + posts Hunter Smith Linkedin Students frustrated, concerned by lack of close to campus parking World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Graduation-Senior football players reflect time at TCU Hunter Smith Previous articleHoroscope: October 7, 2017Next articleTCU showcases its resiliency in gut-check victory over No. 23 West Virginia Hunter Smith RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Former frog Clint Gresham promotes new book at campus store Hunter Smith Twitter printA herd of students covered the campus commons with tents, blankets, and sleeping bags Friday night as they awaited their opportunity to be a part of the experience that is College GameDay.Electonic sign, part of College GameDay’s set up Oct. 6, 2017. (Photo by Hunter Smith)ESPN’s College GameDay has attended five previous TCU games. However, GameDay is a rare sight in Fort Worth as only one of the five games featured the Horned Frogs on campus in 2009.That eight-year gap between home GameDay appearances is what drove many students to camp out in the commons the night before GameDay.Trent Attyah, sophomore sports broadcasting major, described GameDay like Christmas Morning for college students.“We haven’t been in this situation since 2009,” Attyah said. “We have no idea when we will have this opportunity again.”Sophomore Trent Attyah with his sign for GameDay Oct. 6, 2017. (Photo by Hunter Smith)Peter Middlemist, a senior finance major, said he’s happy the seniors get a chance to experience GameDay at least once in their time at TCU.“As we were going through our four years here, we were worried we wouldn’t be able to see it,” Middlemist said. “GameDay’s a special thing, you don’t see it too often.College GameDay also gives each university they visit a chance to promote their campus to a nationwide audience.“It’s kind of like a three-hour commercial for our school,” Middlemist said. “Everybody around the country is going to see what TCU looks like, what TCU is to people.”Middlemist said the first time he heard of TCU was when TCU played in the Rose Bowl in 2011, which was another one of TCU’s GameDay appearances.“I was cheering for them, you know cheering for the underdog,” Middlemist said. “Then I looked them up afterward and that was my first way of noticing TCU.” Students bring tents and sleeping bags for camping out in the commons the night before College GameDay October 6, 2017. (Photo by Hunter Smith) Linkedin Welcome TCU Class of 2025last_img read more

Michael A. Taylor injury update: Nationals outfielder to miss ‘significant’ time with sprained knee and hip

first_imgTaylor’s injuries, coupled with the offseason loss of Bryce Harper, will leave the Nationals outfield extremely thin to start the season. With Juan Soto starting in left and Adam Eaton in right, the Nationals have only one other healthy outfielder, Andrew Stevenson, on the 40-man roster. Howie Kendrick is dealing with a hamstring injury. Taylor was slated to begin the season splitting time with Victor Robles in center field. The five-year veteran had a breakout season in 2017 with 19 home runs and an .806 OPS, but regressed last year, slashing .227/.287/.357 with six home runs in 134 games. But Taylor has retooled his swing and was off to a strong start in spring training, going 9 for 24 with three doubles and a home run in 10 games. Related News Bryce Harper injury update: Phillies star has foot contusion after being hit by fastballcenter_img Nationals outfielder Michael A. Taylor is expected to miss “a significant amount of time,” manager Dave Martinez told MASN on Friday.The 27-year-old Taylor sprained his left knee and hip making a diving play in Thursday’s game against the Twins and was later spotted limping in the clubhouse.last_img read more