Pollard Banknote will Partner with Maryland for Another Four Years
Pollard Banknote needs little introduction to Maryland residents – it is a long-standing ticket provider for many of the highly sought-after local lotteries. The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, which is making a decent profit from the draws, is reported to have recently renewed its contract with the supplier. The new contract entered into force on July 8 and will be in effect for the next four years – until 2025. The agreement spells out the possibility of automatically extending the agreement for another three years, and previous experience of cooperation shows that such a scenario is very likely.
Pollard Banknote and the MLGCA have been cooperating for a decade and a half – the history of their interaction began in 2006. Since then, the majority of Maryland lottery tickets have been supplied by this manufacturer. Its products are in high demand in the state – in the coronavirus year 2020, Pollard Banknote reported nearly CAD 853 million in sales here.
In Maryland, the lottery ticket maker provides a wide range of gambling entertainment to suit all tastes. Ravens $ 10 tickets and Marilyn Monroe TM $ 2 tickets are in high demand. Despite the proven and proven recipe for success, the contractor promises to work on further expanding the range and also wants to enter the online market, given that the market situation has radically changed over the past year and a half.
Pollard Banknote cooperates not only with Maryland – in particular, but the company is also now dealing with the issue of extending the contract with the state of Michigan. In addition, the demand for the products remains in the homeland of the brand, in Canada, where the contract with the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation was recently renewed.