Golden Palace is a casino with a mission, and that is to be heard, seen and overall – to be known. - through unique and unusual advertising campaigns which range from buying black plastic baseball bats on e Bay for charity, to paying a young Las Vegas magician to tattoo the Golden logo on his forehead.
Golden Palace sources items from all over the world to add to the "Museum of Oddities" in their casino…
The team at Ladbrokes have put together 50 Wonders from the Golden Palace Museum of Oddities… In 2005, Benjamin Halbe bought a secondhand Golf – without knowing that it used be owned by Pope Josef Ratzinger who would, a few months later, be elected head of the Roman Catholic Church - Pope Benedict XVI!
Following a media storm, Benjamin put it up on e Bay.
It was then heavily bid on and shattered e Bay records by receiving over 8.5 million views of the auction page.
Golden Palace won the auction for $244,590.83 and considers this to be one of their top holy artifacts.
With this device, Golden Palace claims it will be able to read the minds of everyone in the World – and they only picked it up for a measly $710.
However, Golden Palace is unsure of, amidst a jungle of knobs and tangled wires, how the device works…God help us if they work it out! This license is for a theme park in Malibu, California, which is to be used for mini-golf, arcades, water parks and a miniature race track.
Apparently the late singer loved to give a race car a wild spin back in 81/82 – and now the license is in Golden Palace's driving hands, which was bought for a tidy sum of $1,499.
This auction was far too good for Golden Palace to pass up.
For $32,664.47 Golden Palace invested in this white picket fence taken from the grassy knoll where the supposed second shooter assassinated Kennedy.
In a savvy ploy to get more coverage, Golden Palace spent $75,100 on advertising space – printed on a prop French fry which was featured in an ad in the Superbowl.