Jennifer Larson Lock Poker CEO Happy With Happy Hour Promo

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Dec/16/2012
Jennifer Larson Lock Poker CEO Happy With Happy Hour Promo

Lock Poker CEO Jennifer Larson has declared the return of their uber popular Happy Hour promo “a massive success”. 

Happy Hour returned earlier this month after a brief hiatus after Lock Poker moved from Merge Gaming and started its own network.  The promo brings double points to Lock customers Monday, Wednesday and Friday between the hours of 2 pm and 6 pm GMT.

“We are excited to be bringing back Happy Hour,” said an ecstatic Larson earlier in the month. 

Ms. Larson expects to re-introduce other once popular Lock innovations over the coming months including the Lock Online Poker Series or LockOPS though an exact date has yet to be determined. 

Lock Poker currently offers one of the best signup bonuses in the business, up to $4000 in free cash

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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