On the Inside

February 2011, Volume 21 No. 2

A special thanks to Raymond Nordwall for allowing us to feature his artwork, "Sentinel" on the cover of the February issue of Indian Gaming. Raymond is Pawnee, Cherokee and Ojibwe Indian and lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. To view more of his work, call Nordwall Gallery & Studio at (505) 988-5057 or visit www.nordwallart.com.

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Inside This Issue

GLI (inside front cover)

Bally Technologies (back cover)

World Game Protection Conference

IGT

Casino Careers

WMS

Media Logic

Aristocrat Technologies

Contents Page

Bally Technologies

DreamCatcher Hotels / HBG

Thalden-Boyd-Emery Architects

Wright Casino Marketing

Doug Hyde Studios

Speak Out: Building Partnerships to Ensure the Future - by Daniel J. Tucker

Western Indian Gaming Conference / CNIGA

Tribal Leader Roundtable: Spotlight on California
Vincent Armenta, Tribal Chairman, Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians; Mark Macarro, Tribal Chairman, Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians; Robert Martin, Tribal Chairman, The Morongo Band of Mission Indians; Bo Mazzetti, Chairman, Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians; Anthony R. Pico, Tribal Chairman, Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians

NIGA Report: The Enduring Principle of Tribal Sovereignty - by Ernest L. Stevens, Jr.

Klas Robinsons Q.E.D.

Political Challenges in the 112th Congress - by W. Ron Allen

NIGC Regulatory Review - by Tracie Stevens

Tribal Gaming Associations Play Critical Role in Industry - by Knute Knduson

Buss Productions

License Plate Recognition, Tribal Casinos, and Banned Persons - by Jim Wanser

Operations: Making Good Casinos Great - by Todd McKeown

Construction in Indian Country International Conference

Initial Impressions

Then & Now: From Humble Beginnings, a Celebration of 30 Winning Years at Seminole Casino Brighton

Legal Front: Court-Ordered Notification in $3.4 Billion Indian Trust Settlement Underway

RES 2011

The “Fire Team” Strategy for Reducing Costs

Entertainment: The Power of Strategic Partnerships - by Kell Houston

National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA)

Hotels in Indian Country - Part I
Coushatta Grand Hotel, Coushatta Grand Inn & Koasati Pines Lodge, Coushatta Casino Resort - Kinder, LA; The Palm Tower & Sun Tower, Island Resort & Casino - Harris, MI; Little Creek Casino Resort, Shelton, WA; Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, Prior Lake, MN; Pala Casino Spa & Resort, Pala, CA; Silver Star Hotel & Casino & Golden Moon Hotel & Casino, Pearl River Resort - Choctaw, MS; Pechanga Resort & Casino, Pechanga Resort & Casino - Temecula, CA; The Lodge, The Tower, The Hotel and The Inn at Turning Stone, Oneida Indian Nation’s Turning Stone Resort and Casino - Verona, NY

Gaming Market Advisors

Doug Hyde Studios

Smithsonian NMAI

National Red Cross

Indian Gaming Magazine

2011 Indian Gaming Buyer's Guide & Directory

 

Monthly Features & Columns

Openings & Expansions: Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana Announces New Hotel Expansion; Casino Del Sol Reaches Important Construction Milestone

 

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Publisher's page

Cover Artist

Extraordinary Employee

New Games

Product Spotlight

People

Calendar of Events

From the White House

In the News

Community Outreach

Ad Index