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More Training Days on Betting Assistant In Feb 2010

Postby MarkRussell » Thu Dec 31, 2009 12:57 pm

We have arranged more Betting Assistant Training Courses in February 2010 on 3rd and 4th at the Sport Exchange shop in the NW between Liverpool and Manchester.

The cost is £165 for the day which includes 2 hours tuition with a Betfair accredited trainer, followed by supervised 'live' trading on the afternoons racing using the fast pictures and internet available in the Shop.

Starting at 11am the cost also includes a Betting Assistant manual and 3 months free subscription.

To book your place phone Victor on 0789 984 8638 or e-mail: victor@sportexchangeshop.com

If you want to know more about the venue please see http://www.sportexchangeshop.com
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