CoinSlotty.com has announced that the team has broken the first milestone in their 2023 roadmap – the closure of 100 affiliate deals. To celebrate the occasion, their marketing team decided to shower all 100 partners with chocolate golden coins.
Everyone Gets a Bag of Coins
The gift box that will soon be arriving at each partner’s office is crafted from recycled paper in a sleek, matte black color and sealed with an elegant purple ribbon. Inside each box, the partner will find a made-to-order, medieval-style coin pouch filled with edible gold coins. Recipients will also find a branded Apple AirTag to help them “track their success” within the affiliate industry.
A Closer Look Inside the CoinSlotty.com Gift Box
Each item inside CoinSlotty.com’s gift boxes was painstakingly made to create a product worthy of such an occasion. The medieval-style coin pouch, for instance, was made by hand out of cowhide and synthetic leather and cut with heavy-duty scissors before being tied off with a golden string that matches the gold coins inside it.
Each bag contains 45 chocolate gold coins, which were crafted in Opatija, Croatia. They were made with Belgian milk chocolate with a 40% cocoa ratio. Each coin weighs between nine and 10 grams, is five millimeters thick, and measures 44 millimeters in diameter.
The AirTag features the brand’s logo and is attached to a durable, black, Belkin brand carabiner. It is fitted into a foam compartment next to the coin pouch in the box, which is made from recycled materials.
A few of these gift boxes are already on their way to their new owners, while the rest will be doled out in person at the ICE 2023 Affiliate Conference in London starting on February 7th, giving the gesture an even more personal touch.
Stable Tech N.V.’s flagship online crypto casino features more than 48 game providers whose games range from slot machines, table games, other custom games, and a live casino. CoinSlotty.com operates under the E-gaming license number 8048/JAZ, issued by Antillephone, and has been authorized by governmental authorities in Curacao.
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