Dubbed Scotland's luckiest bingo club, Club 3000 Bingo Greenock has celebrated yet another National Bingo Game Jackpot win.
The latest win, a cool £50,000, was scooped by a regular at the popular bingo club and now makes it an incredible four big jackpot wins claimed at the Scottish venue in just the last couple of years.
The lucky lady who wishes to remain anonymous, is a much-loved regular at Club 3000 Bingo Greenock and has been coming to her local club for more than 25 years. The last payout means that the Greenock venue has now paid out £2million in prize money over the last 12 months
On the night of August the 5th, the delighted dabber was with friends and was overjoyed when she realised she had won the big prize.
Gerry Chisholm the local manager who returned to the club where he started his career, has certainly brought some luck with him since his return.
The happy Gerry said:
“I am in shock! This is our 4th big jackpot win over the last couple of years and the third since I have been here, if you are feeling lucky Club 3000 Bingo Greenock is really the place to come, we are absolutely delighted for the winner and how we can change people’s lives with such huge prizes. The atmosphere in the club was amazing and we look forward to the cheque presentation very soon!!
Club 3000 Bingo Dishing Out the Cash
It seems barely a fortnight goes by without some Club 3000 Bingo win dominating the UK bingo news. The UK's largest independent retail bingo chain, has enjoyed some considerable success in its patrons claiming big pizes.
Just the other day, Club 3000 Bingo Doncaster celebrated its first ever National Bingo Game Jackpot Win after 30 years of operation and less than six months since Club 3000 saved the bingo club from closing, having been let go by Mecca Bingo.
On top of the Club 3000 Doncaster win, the Club 3000 Hyde Road venue celebrated a jackpot win just a few weeks ago.
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