If all of us come together, we can enjoy the Games and still raise more money for the charities - we have made the commitment to give 10 percent of net profit generated by the Spogger App.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 27 July 2012
Less than a month before the much anticipated Olympic Games opening ceremony, the glory of the biggest sporting event on the planet has been marred by the revelation that London 2012 will have a threatening impact on tens of thousands of community projects. Back in 2007, National Lottery funds of £675 million were diverted from charities towards the 2012 Olympic Games on the condition that the money would be returned to its originally intended recipients shortly after the end of the games, using the proceeds from the selling off of Olympic assets.
Five years later, with the Olympic Games already knocking on doors, ministers have been forced to face reality and to admit that it would take more than a decade to finalise all deals around the sales of land and venues, and that they would be able to return the money back to charities in 2020s at the earliest. This delay would result in more than 86,000 grants to community projects being lost in the run up to the Games in 2012 and Britons have began to question the benefits of hosting the Olympics.
One team of young app developers (creators of the London 2012 Spogger App) are determined to remind Brits and the world of the true meaning of the Olympic Games - friendship, solidarity and fair play, not only on the track and field, but amongst everyone. The Olympics illustrates the strength and stamina of the human spirit and teaches us not only to tolerate but admire and respect the achievement of all nations. In their attempt to celebrate the Olympics the team has set a challenge to achieve 10 million downloads of the Spogger App dedicated to London 2012 in the next 3 weeks in order to raise £1million for charity.
Leke Babalola, the Project Director (E-beeze Ltd), said that: “The Olympic Games are a celebration of the human body and spirit and to host the Olympics in your home city is an honor for our nation. Of course, it comes with a huge price tag, but we are making history. If all of us come together, we can enjoy the Games and still raise more money for the charities - we have made the commitment to give 10 percent of net profit generated by the Spogger App (up until the closing ceremony on August 12) to charity.”
In order to help the initiative, fans of the Games simply need to download the Spogger App which has been tipped to be the best interactive free guide to the London 2012 Olympic Games. Once they download the Spogger App, all Spogger app users will be given the opportunity to vote for their local or preferred charities. The charities that receive the most votes from the Spogger App users will receive a significant share of the £1million donations.
To make it even more attractive for users, a new updated version of both the paid and free Spogger App versions have been released. The update includes some brand new features (such as fun quiz section and Facebook integration), which will add to the long list of existing benefits. And if that’s not enough there is a competition to win free tickets to the games. The team will be giving away tickets to the London 2012 events to eight lucky people. Download Spogger App today to get more information on how to enter and win free tickets.
To learn more about Spogger App, please visit: http://www.spogger.co.uk.
For more information about the charities involved, please visit: http://www.olympimania.com/charity
You can also follow the movement on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olympimania
About E-beeze Ltd:
E-beeze Limited is a software development and consulting firm established in 1999 and incorporated in 2000. The company is constantly at the forefront of technology and are now leading the way in mobile applications development. The unique ability to define a winning mobile applications strategy along with implementing your mobile applications projects in the quickest and most cost effective way is what we bring to the party.
For more information, please visit: http://www.e-beeze.co.uk