HUNTINGTON, NY--(Marketwire - Feb 14, 2013) - Compliance Systems Corp (
Ireland's Donegal Post, in a Feb. 6, feature article across the top of page three, authored by Megan McHugh, writes, "www.SeanieMac.com is the new online venture by Seanie McEniff, (it) will be launching before the Cheltenham Festival and television adverts have been set to air in the coming weeks."
Other excerpts include, "While the site offers wagering for many categories outside of sports, SeanieMac.com intends to capture the Irish market by initially focusing on the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) or Gaelic Games as well as Irish horse racing and soccer."
Ms. McHugh goes on to write, "Sean McEniff's expertise and reputation lies in marketing, sales and public relations. His liaison with regional and national radio and newspaper media has been a significant factor in the McEniff Hotel Group's rise to success."
"Shareholders have been inquiring about Irish media coverage of SeanieMac, so we plan to update them from time to time," said Sean McEniff, Company Chairman. "We appreciate the strong interest from the media, all the more so that we will not be launching wagering operations until next month."
The full article is posted at www.donegalpost.com.
SeanieMac Limited is a development stage Irish company. It owns and operates www.SeanieMac.com, an online sports and casino wagering web-based platform serving gamblers and plans to launch wagering operations next month.
While the site offers wagering for many categories outside of sports, SeanieMac intends to capture the Irish market by initially focusing on the Gaelic Athletics Association (GAA) or Gaelic Games as well as Irish horse racing and soccer. Its mission is to offer a market-leading, user-friendly website for online gambling, including sports betting and casino gaming.
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