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GoodBookey Charity Spotlight: Dusty Trails

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The GoodBookey team is excited to welcome our latest charity partner, Dusty Trails, to the family. Dusty Trails is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on rescuing senior Labrador Retrievers and providing a loving home for them to live healthily and happily.  Make sure to give them some love the next time you place a bet on GoodBookey – $50 will feed one of their pups for a whole month! Continue reading for the whole story on Georgia Evans and how Dusty Trails became her life calling as told by Brian Castle. Continue reading

Social Impact & Entrepreneurship

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We were recently selected to represent Carimus (parent company of GoodBookey) at NCSU’s Goodnight Scholars Program Social Entrepreneurship Panel. Tony Pease, our CEO, provided useful insight to students that are passionate about social impact and entrepreneurship. For those of you who don’t know, the Goodnight Scholars Program prepares students to become transformational leaders at NC State University, in North Carolina, and in the world. When asked for a brief introduction of himself and our organization, Tony explained that “In my past work experience I established good methods for solving commercial problems for pay. However, what I really wanted to accomplish was how to solve social problems for pay. At Carimus, short for Care I Must, our social impact is our motivation.” In short, we execute for-profit activities that create a high social impact, insert GoodBookey. Continue reading

Bowl Game Picks and Predictions for 12/19-12/23

12/19-12/23 Picks and Predictions

The first full week of Bowl Game picks and predictions are in, thanks to our sports analyst, Jason Senkbeil.
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NCAAF Picks and Parlays 🏈 Week 12

Last Week in Review By Dr. Senkbeil

Counting the other games not discussed, I was in the mid 60s for a percentage against the spread last week.  That is still not great but not bad.  Home teams dominated the big games and that home trend has continued.  When in doubt, take the home team.

This week is a big letdown after last week. Not a lot of exciting games and many FCS opponents the week before a big game on the 25th.  Some of those FCS lines are interesting though.  With a huge game on the horizon, why run up the score on FCS U?     

http://www.footballoutsiders.com/stats/ncaa

https://www.usatoday.com/sports/ncaaf/sagarin/

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