WagerWeb's Stephanie Wynters Nominated for Best Affiliate Manager Sports Betting

Written by:
Jenny Woo
Published on:
Dec/07/2013
WagerWeb.com Stephanie Wynters Nominated for Best Affiliate Manager Sports Betti

WagerWeb.com’s Stephanie Wynters has been around the online gambling industry from a while now and all her hard work is beginning to pay off.  She just made the short list at the iGB Affiliate Awards 2014 so let's get her some votes!

While I like her partner-in-crime, Marty Davis, and miss rubbing his shaved head and other assorted body parts we won't discuss on this family website, Marty missed the cut this year.  I do miss my little Shreky-poo.

But let’s get right to Stephanie, shall we.

First off, it helps that WagerWeb.com’s affiliate software is among the best in the sports betting sector.  It helps even more that Stephanie is so affable, accommodating and an overall warm personality.   How can you NOT vote for Stephanie people

Okay so, yes, Stephanie Wynters does get the coveted Jenny Woo endorsement…but I’m not the only one.  Check out some of these accolades coming Stephanie’s way via Facebook.

Clive Archer of the Equity Poker Network:  “Excellent - well deserved.”

Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher: “Congrats Stephanie well deserved!!!!”

Lynda Wynters: "congrats sis"

Tony Karpinski of VegasTopDogs.com: “Merry Christmas and congrats! You deserve it for all of hard”

And Anthony Capone of TonyCSports.com: “Congrats , that's great news !!”

Oh these are such original accolades let me tell y’all.

So final voting is coming up soon here.  In the meantime, this girl is going to sit back, sip on some eggnog and check out some hot dvds of half naked men with chiseled chests and rock hard abs running around in Santa Claus hats while Dad is home babysitting my little Lily Christina, who is pictured below for all my industry friends.

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- Jenny Woo, Gambling911.com International Correspondent

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