We speak with Kamara Duncan, Marketing Representative with the National Lotteries Authority of the St. Vincent & The Grenadines.
The tiny Eastern Caribbean country of just over 120,000 people has had its own national lottery for 28 years. Duncan says if tiny SVG can do it (and earn about $20 million USD a year from it), so can The Bahamas, with more than three times his country’s population.
And we discuss the US Presidential Election, and Barack Obama’s second-term victory.
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