Online Gambling Affiliate Leader Honored by Obama

Written by:
Sparky Collins
Published on:
Feb/21/2012
Online Gambling Affiliate Leader Honored by Obama

Warren Jolly, Head of Affiliate Media, was one of several honored by US President Barack Obama on Monday for his achievements as a young entrepreneur.  Jolly was one of the pioneers in the online gambling affiliate realm. 

“Honored to be recognized by President Obama yesterday at the White House along with the other winners of the Empact 100 award. Proud to be supporting young entrepreneurship in America as I believe it is one of the major ways in which we can get ourselves out of these tumultuous economic times.”

Listed number 85 on the list of 100, Affiliate Media is described as the ultimate resource for online publishing, traffic, and marketing solutions. Affiliate Media’s industry-leading affiliate marketing properties are revolutionizing the way affiliate marketing is conducted.

Congrats goes out to Warren Jolly for such an amazing achievement. 

- Sparky Collins, Gambling911.com

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