TV Presenter and journalist Jean Johansson will become the new face of Postcode Scratch and Postcode Bingo this month.
Postcode Scratch and Postcode Bingo give 10% of their revenue direct to Dogs Trust and have donated over £100,000 since June 2014. The two gaming brands are managed by People’s Postcode Lottery.
Glasgow-born Jean Johansson started her career after winning a nationwide search for a presenter. Jean’s first TV appearance was for CBBC and she has since presented for The Disney Channel, Challenge TV, and starred in modelling campaigns for Toni&Guy and Molton Brown Cosmetics.
TV Presenter and new ambassador Jean Johansson said, “I am delighted to be named as the new face and ambassador for Postcode Bingo and Postcode Scratch. As a dog lover, I am especially delighted that 10% of the revenue from Postcode Bingo and Postcode Scratch goes directly to Dogs Trust.”
Dogs Trust is working towards the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction, and no healthy dog has to be put down.
For more information on Postcode Scratch and Postcode Bingo and to play, visit http://www.postcodelottery.co.uk/Bingo/PostcodeBingo.htm and http://www.postcodelottery.co.uk/Scratch/PostcodeScratch.htm.
For more information please contact Jenna Maxwell on [email protected] or 0131 555 8991.
About Postcode Scratch and Postcode Bingo
- Postcode Scratch is managed by Postcode Lottery Ltd and operated by Aragon International Ltd. Postcode Bingo is managed by Postcode Lottery Ltd and operated by Cassava Enterprises Ltd.
- After paying operator fees, Postcode Scratch and Postcode Bingo donate 10% of their remaining Net Gaming Revenue to Dogs Trust. In addition, they donate 25% of their Net Gaming Revenue from ‘Dogs Trust Scratch’ to Dogs Trust. Because we donate a % of our revenue direct to Dogs Trust, prizes, bonuses and win rates are not reduced in any way.
- Dogs Trust Scratch is a unique scratchcard game exclusive to Postcode Scratch.
- Since June 2014, Postcode Scratch and Postcode Bingo have donated over £100,000 to Dogs Trust.