Mississippi Lottery Gets New Website, Social Media
The Mississippi Lottery Corporation, has revamped its website and now has a new look. The association also introduced its brand on social media, ahead of its new launch of scratch off tickets on December 1. MLC for short, announced the news earlier this week and seems satisfied with its “fun, new look”. The lottery now has a presence on social media sites that include Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Mississippi Lottery Corporation President, Tom Shaheen said the new website is visually appealing and is more sufficient and user friendly. He said the MLC team worked hard and spent many hours doing research and working on this project. Shaheen also highlighted the value of social media today and its many uses with the company’s different branding strategies.
The Role of Social Media at MLC
Shaheen further explained that many US gamblers and regular citizens turn to the online space for regular updates on news and other points of interest. In the same way, with the new platforms, the Mississippi Lottery now targets those audiences and aims to provide them with updates on new gaming innovations, company information that players might need to know, customer support details, a dedicated winners page, including many other exciting information.
He also touched on the mandate of the Mississippi Lottery which is to offer entertainment to participants within the state of Mississippi. MLC is also a strong advisory of responsible gambling he stated. He closed off by saying that the new website and all its social media platforms will uphold all those values.
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