Poker? You hardly know ‘er!

Dear 501(c)(3) non-profit corporations in the city of Chicago who have been in operation for at least five years –

Would you like to make some easy money? Contact Ken Kaulen at Chicago Charitable Games and set up some poker games. It’s totally legal. All you need is a charitable gaming license, and you can host up to four games a year. Ken will walk you through every step of the process, and you won’t have to front a dime.

My theater company has hosted two games in the past two weeks. We’ve netted over $4300 so far, and we’ve still got two games to go.

Ken, Bert and Tommy, the masterminds behind Chicago Charitable Games, are a well oiled machine with one of the smoothest operations I’ve seen in a while.

Visit www.chicagopokerlive.com and contact them today. Tell them I sent you.

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