Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 22, 2008
The Small Town Poker Tour (STPT) announced today the formation of a new series of charity poker events called the Gator Flop Series. The events will be held throughout the state of Louisiana and begin in April and run till October. The events will bring a unique twist to charity poker; in addition to prize money being awarded the series will use a point system. The player with the most points at the end of the series will receive a $7500 seat to the November WSOP event in New Orleans, plus accommodations.
"We are looking forward to expanding the STPT on a regional basis and the Gator Flop Series will kick off this endeavor," stated Mark Fracalossi STPT Creator. The series will be under the direction of STPT partner Mitchell "Moose" Antley. "We look ahead to launching more regional series in the future," Fracalossi added.
"We still have a few open dates and any Louisiana Charity can contact us to become part of this series," added Antley.
The Small Town Poker Tour travels the world conducting and promoting poker events to raise awareness and funds for local and national charities. The STPT has produced events for charities such as, The United Way, Lions Club International, Boy and Girls Clubs,Corps of Compassion and many more. The STPT management team also lends its hand behind the scenes in many charity, corporate and celebrity events.
If you would like more information about the series or would like to get your charity involved please call at 318-801-0168. For the current event dates and times please visit http://www.smalltownpokertour.com
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