Calvin Ayre Making Good Things Happen Around The World

Published Tuesday, July 03, 2018 - Online-Casinos.com
Calvin Ayre Making Good Things Happen Around The World

The gambling world especially poker has a number of legendary poker players which have gone down in history as those brave people who take chances.and for the most part people like risk takers because they're exciting and admired by those who don't  take chances. The online gambling industry was originally spurred on by the massive interest in texas holdem and the massive stakes that were being wagered in front of a world audience.

Entrepreneurs who saw the potential of online gambling quickly created an industry that was not fully understood by politicians and law legislators and therefore subject to legal scrutiny.

One of the boldest and successful entrepreneurs is Calvin Ayre. The son of a Canadian prairie farmer Calvin Ayre has managed to build an online gambling empire that he runs now from Antigua and Barbuda a tiny but luxurious little island in the Caribbean. The Calvin Ayre Foundation has been helping charitable causes in over 8 countries around the world. For over 10 years The Calvin Ayre Foundation has been diligently working with local organizations and communities to make a difference and ensure that we leave the world in a much better place than we found it. Antigua has gone through some disastrous storms lately and with the help of the Calvin Ayre Foundation it is slowly recovering.

Mr. Calvin Ayre has not stopped using his entrepreneurial skills yet and is now very involved in a large project involving  a $100m five-star resort on Antigua funded by profits from digital currencies. Ayre was appointed Antigua and Barbuda’s special economic envoy and was excited to announce the upmarket tourist resort on Antigua’s Valley Church beach project had commenced.

The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, commented,  “We expect the resort’s novel and exciting concept to broaden Antigua and Barbuda’s tourism product and bring a new category of tourists to our islands.”

 

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