Vallejo poker service franchise offers charities a sure bet to raise funds
Jim Mog, owner of Blue Dog Events of the North Bay, Vallejo's new charity poker service franchise, isn't the only one who thinks the company is a blue chip operation.
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#1 Sep 16, 2011
Poker service franchise for charity makes it sound like gambling is a God given way to feed the poor. So what's next, a prostitution service franchise and a medical marijuana service francise? All in the name of charity!
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