Paddy Powers, President and CEO of Flutter UK & Ireland Spending Days at Stores

Flutter Entertainment UK and Ireland President Ian Proctor and CEO Conor Grant walk past Paddy Power stores on Tuesday.

The pair spent the day supporting their retail partners and welcoming customers betting on the final leg of the Euro 2020 group.

Grant visited the Paddy Power store in Headrow, Leeds, while Proctor was based in King’s Cross, London.

During their visits, store managers briefed executives about COVID-19 safety measures such as QR check-in, Perspex screens and hand sanitizers.

Company leaders also spent their time disinfecting all machines and customer touch points.

Once the properties were cleared and officials briefed on protocol, they went after the cashier and served customers in the England v Czech Republic and Scotland v Croatia games.

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Conor Grant, CEO of Flutter UK and Ireland, said: “The continuing impact of Covid-19 on the retail sector is clear and it has been a difficult year for our partners, who have had to adapt to the ever-changing environment. ..

“However, it was great to be able to reopen our stores and high streets for business and to be able to safely welcome our customers.”

“Paddy Power Hadro, thanks to everyone at Leeds, it’s great to be back behind the counter, for showing me the ropes today.”

Ian Proctor, CEO of Flutter UK and Ireland, said: “I was fortunate enough to spend some time with colleagues at our Paddy Power King’s Cross branch today before another big night for Scotland.”

“It is clear that the reopening of retail and the return to live sports has been well received by customers and our store associates.” We have seen steady business throughout the tournament so far and we expect it to increase as our countries move into the knockout stage.

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“Many thanks to all our retail associates for doing a great job keeping our customers safe and entertained.”

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