Spanish GP: Virgn partners with Full Tilt Poker.Net

NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH FULL TILT POKER.NETâ„¢ FOR THE START OF F1'S EUROPEAN SEASON As Virgin Racing prepares for the start of Formula 1's European season in Spain this weekend, the team is pleased to announce a new partnership with Full Tilt ...

Spanish GP: Virgn partners with Full Tilt Poker.Net

NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH FULL TILT POKER.NET™ FOR THE START OF F1'S EUROPEAN SEASON

As Virgin Racing prepares for the start of Formula 1's European season in Spain this weekend, the team is pleased to announce a new partnership with Full Tilt Poker.Net™.

Full Tilt Poker.Net™ is now a major partner of the team with significant branding on the team's VR-01 race cars, drivers and team apparel and other elements of the team's on-track and off-track environment. The partnership concludes discussions between the two parties dating back to the team's inception last year.

Full Tilt Poker.Net™ is one of the world's leading online poker schools. With innovative graphics, superior customer service and a safe, secure interface, the software is geared to enhance and personalise the educational and entertaining aspects of the online poker experience. Users of all skill levels can download the free software at www.fulltiltpoker.net and can play for fun and sharpen their poker playing skills for free.

Graeme Lowdon, Virgin Racing's Chief Executive Officer, said: "We are absolutely delighted to welcome Full Tilt Poker.Net™ to Virgin Racing. We are proud to add an industry-leading brand to our healthy partnership portfolio and I am particularly pleased that we have worked hard together with a partner who has seen the team develop from its birth through to our first competitive steps. We look forward to going racing together with effect from this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, where Full Tilt Poker.Net™ will have a significant presence, and to helping the brand to achieve its marketing and business objectives in the longer term."

"Full Tilt Poker.Net™ partnering with Virgin Racing is a brilliant culmination of a great deal of thought and effort on behalf of both brands. With two leaders in their respective fields coming together, this is sure to be a groundbreaking partnership on the global canvas, providing yet another level of excitement for all fans, " said Team Full Tilt member, Chris Ferguson. "We are very excited to be associated with such a stellar brand as Virgin Racing and we look forward to launching this partnership in Spain."

-source: virgin

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