Gauselmann UK opened its ‘Constitution Campaign’ when members of the senior team hosted Mark Pawsey, the Conservative MP for Rugby, at Merkur Cashino for the adult games in Warwickshire on Friday 24 July.
Mr Pawsey, who was hosted by Praesepe’s director of operations, Mark Schertle, the recent director of so-called Gauselmann public relations and political affairs in the UK, Tony Boulton and chief compliance officer Amanda Kiernan, commented: “It was great to visit Merkur Cashino in Rugby, meet the team and see what measures they have put in place to make AGC a safe environment for Covid for visitors.
“Now, more than ever, it is absolutely vital to support local businesses on our streets as we look to rebuild and recover from the deadlock. The coming months will be challenging for companies and retailers, but the government is committed to making sure they have the support they need and it was important for me to get honest feedback from Tony, Mark and the team. I look forward to visiting again soon to see how things progress. ”
Reflecting on the visit and general objectives, Tony Boulton said: “When we announced our political campaign, it was very clear that our strategy to move forward is to know as many MPs as possible from the constituencies in which Gauselmann UK has local headquarters and employees. . people.
“Mr Pawsey was very keen to meet with staff and find out how we deal with social distancing, tracking and tracing undertakings and hygiene protocols – all of which can be witnessed in action. I think he was appropriately impressed by the environment, which has a typical Cashino footprint of 60 machines, by the professionalism of the customer-oriented staff and by the contributions that the Group makes to the national economy, as well as to the many local economies.
“From our perspective, it is absolutely vital that parliamentarians understand exactly what the AGC sector is all about. Lack of understanding has often been the root cause of many of the political / political steps that have plagued the industry, which we simply cannot afford as we approach the gambling law review. ”
“Hosting Members in terms of our workplace and explaining how we live social responsibility, demonstrating why the 80/20 rule harms businesses and how not being able to offer a range of payment methods restricts consumer choice, must be much more more effective than writing a letter or sending an email. Instead, our focus is on building relationships and creating a dialogue with our constituency MPs. ”