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Charlotte North Carolina Bookies, Pay Per Head Services

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Jul/19/2015
Charlotte North Carolina Bookies, Pay Per Head Services

Charlotte, North Carolina bookies are in high demand with a strong fan base feeding off of NFL, College Football and Basketball.  PayPerHeadAgents.com is available to service the local Charlotte area bookies.

Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina and the second largest in the Southeastern United States after Jacksonville.  It is primarily a city of sales and office workers, professionals and managers with many major corporations based there.   It is now the second largest banking center in the United States (after New York).  Charlotte is also especially attractive in that it serves as one of the country’s largest commercial air hubs, a trend that is expected to continue with the merger between American Airlines and US Airways.   With this in mind, there are few markets more lucrative to the local bookie than Charlotte.

Looking for a bookie in Charlotte? PayPerHeadAgents.com can assist here

With 43 crimes per one thousand residents, Charlotte is not among the communities with the very highest crime rate.  However, it is always wise for local bookmakers to contract services out to offshore Pay Per Head in order to limit any exposure that may attract the criminal element.

Likewise, bookmaking is considered a misdemeanor in North Carolina.  Operation of a wire room and/or possession of bookmaking apparatus could result in prison time. 

Charlotte area bookies also may have improved their profit margins through use of a Pay Per Head that offers live wagering, online poker and casino games, all of which are considered loss leaders.  The Panthers went all the way to the Super Bowl last year.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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