On the Inside

November 2005, Volume 15 No. 11

A special thanks to Darlene Gait for her cover artwork, "The Potlatch." Darlene is a member of the Esquimalt Nation of Vancouver Island. She can be reached by calling the Rizvan Gallery at (800) 519-1222 or email darlene@darlenegait.com

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Magazine Cover

Inside This Issue

Klas Robinson

Automated Currency Instruments (back cover)



Doug Hyde Studios

Bally Gaming & Systems

Table of Contents

WMS Gaming


Cadillac Jack

Planet Bingo

Speak Out: It's Time Feds Stand Up to Trust Responsibility to Tribes

Gaming Laboratories International

Beauty and Diversity of Indian Country Reflected at Native Casino Resorts
- by Ernie Stevens, Jr.

Can Department of Justice Pull Plug on Class II Gaming? - by Judith Shapiro

Behind the Controversy: A Review of the Justice Department's Proposed Amendment of the Johnson Act - by Elizabeth Homer

Training is Not Just for Line Staff - by Bruce Baird

Western Indian Gaming Conference

Colusa Casino Resort's Co-Generataion Plant - by Shannon Morganson

The Importance of Understanding Slot Math - by John Wilson

Security System Integration: Centralizing Your Facility's Vital Systems on the Enterprise - by Cyndi Freschi

Counting on Technology: Mobile Devices Reduce F&B Inventory Effort - by Bill Schwartz

Improving Inter-Departmental Communications - by Patrick Donovan

Economic Diversification: After Gaming and an Investment Portfolio - What's Next?
- by Steve Stallings

Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe TANF Program

Nova Gaming

Unionization on Tribal Lands - by John Sheridan

Good Manager, Poor Leader? - by Stephen Dole

The Benefits of Advertising Your Employment Programs - by Mona Vaccarella

Employee Satisfaction Results in Improved Profitability - by Tom Kelley

Initial Impressions

Meeting Facilities Part I: Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino, Pala Casino, Pechanga Resort & Casino, Foxwoods Resort Casino, Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Center, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Paragon Casino Resort, Bay Mills Resort & Casino, Grand Traverse Resort & Spa

Meeting Facilities Part I (continued): Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, Treasure Island Resort & Casino, Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Harrah’s Cherokee Casino & Hotel, The Mill Casino Hotel, Wildhorse Resort Casino, The Skagit


Monthly Features & Columns

Public Relations: Using the Power of the Internet - by Jason Baer

Rising Gas Prices and the Possible Effects on Casino Visitation - by Andrew Klebanow

Bingo Facilities: The Next Revolution - by Eric Casey

Top 10 Tips to Building a Successful Live Entertainment Program - by Doug Brown



Publisher's Page

Cover Artist & Extraordinary Employee

New Games

Product Spotlight

Calendar of Events


In the News

Community Outreach & Ad Index