On the Inside

September 2010, Volume 20 No. 9

A special thanks to Doug Hyde for allowing us to feature his sculpture "America" on the June 2010 cover. Doug is of Nez Perce, Assiniboine and Chippewa descent. He resides in Prescott, Arizona and can be reached by calling (928) 776-1485 or email dhydesculpturestudio@cableone.net.

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Inside This Issue

GLI (inside front cover)

WMS (back cover)

Initial Impressions (inside back cover)

IGT

Bally Technologies

Aristocrat Technologies

Global Gaming Expo (G2E)

Table of Contents

Thalden-Boyd-Emery Architects

Casino Careers Online

World Game Protection

Hnedak Bobo Group

Key Bank

Speak Out: Federal Movement to Legalize Internet Gambling Bad for California’s Tribal Governments - by Daniel J. Tucker

Wright Casino Marketing

Tribal Leader Roundtable: Spotlight on the Economy
Raymond J. Brenny, Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians; Rodney A. Butler, Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation; Leonard Forsman, Suquamish Tribe; Elwood “Woody” Patawa, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation; George Rivera, Pueblo of Pojoaque

Agilysys

Doug Hyde Studios

Klas Robinson Q.E.D.

Class I & II Gaming: The Bedrock of Indian Gaming - by Jerry Danforth

Media Logic

Class III Gaming Regulation: A Study in Contrasts - by Jamie Hummingbird

Tribes Must Regulate Class II Gaming - by Joseph Valandra

NIGA Report: Iroquois Nationals Champions for Sovereignty - by Ernest L. Stevens, Jr.

National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA)

In Defense of the Nation: Why Tribes Should Adopt Tort Claim Ordinances - by Anthony S. Broadman

Clarifying Title 31 Compliance - by Stephanie Maddocks

Gaming Market Advisors

SMSC Hosts Historic Tribal Leaders’ Dialogue

Case Study: Unprecedented Tribal/Union Initiative Has 94% Success Rate Getting Members Into Long-Term Career Paths

Morongo Band of Mission Indians: The Green Movement and Sustainable Practices

Doug Hyde Studios

Mashantucket Pequots Unveil Latest Environmentally Friendly Green Initiatives - by Lori Potter

Ho-Chunk Nation Breaks Into Fair Trade Markets

Smithsonian NMAI

Arizona Desert Class

Buss Productions

Having Fun at Work: Humor and Creativity as Energizing Forces in the Workplace - by Scott J. Smith

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans - by L. Quincy Harris

Putting Problem Gambling in Perspective - by Andrew Klebanow

Spas in Indian Country - Part II
The Spa at Harrah’s, Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort; Winding Stream Spa and Salon, Meskwaki Bingo Casino Hotel; Sage Spa, Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa; The Spa at Mystic Lake, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel; Current Spa & Salon, Northern Quest Resort & Casino; Body Rock Spa, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Hollywood; The Spa & Salon, Silver Star Hotel & Casino; Angeline Spa, Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort, WA; Ska:ná Spa, Turning Stone Resort and Casino

American Red Cross

Indian Gaming Magazine

 

Monthly Features & Columns

Openings & Expansions: Fantasy Springs Resort Casino to Open New Lounge Over Labor Day Weekend; Heard Museum to Open New Bookstore & Coffee Bar, Thanks to Grant from Piper Trust; Wildhorse Resort and Casino Breaks Ground On $45 Million Expansion

 

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