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Annexio Limited, one of the main lottery wagering suppliers in the UK, has as of late praised the dispatch of its new purchaser mark LottoGo.com and office move to the lofty Fort Anne improvement, sitting above Douglas Bay. Tom Brodie, Founder of Annexio and host of the occasion, was enchanted to welcome around 80 visitors to appreciate champagne, canapes, and the delightful sound of unrecorded music by nearby harpist and BB2 Young Folk Musician of the Year Mera Royle. 

The occasion occurred on a superbly radiant night toward the beginning of July with participants including His Excellency Lieutenant Governor Sir Richard Gozney and the Hon. Alf Cannan, Treasury Minister. Sir Richard, who had already visited Annexio's previous workplaces, and saw the organization's development direct, talked at the occasion and complimented the business on proceeding onward to the following phase of its advancement. The central command of Annexio presently brags a contemporary new office condition offering all encompassing perspectives of Douglas Bay as clarified by Mr Brodie, who was charmed with the outcomes. 

Mr Brodie went ahead to state: 

We likewise have space to grow further and our staff can appreciate extra advantages, for example, the on location pool, exercise center and simple stopping. 

Moreover, Mr Brodie gave specific because of Project Coordinator Shelby Sandyford-Sykes and Project Manager Niamh Jeanneau for the move and empowering everything that he had been advised was difficult to happen. Annexio is presently authorized in UK, Australia, Jersey, Eire and, obviously, the Isle of Man and offers a huge number of individuals the chance to wager on the result of the greatest lotteries on the planet. Enormous gets ready for the new driving brand LottoGo.com, incorporate a big name drove special crusade, is being revealed in the following couple of months.

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