On the Inside

August 2007, Volume 17 No. 8

A special thanks to Darlene Gait for her cover artwork, "Appreciation." An Esquimalt Nation artist, Darlene resides on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. She can be reached by email at darlene@dgait.com or contact One Moon Gallery at (250) 294-6388. To view more of Darlene's artwork visit www.darlenegait.com

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Magazine Cover

Inside This Issue

Cadillac Jack

Rocket Gaming Systems (back cover)

IGT (center spread)

Gaming Laboratories International

Global Gaming Expo (G2E)

AC Coin & Slot

Table of Contents

WMS

Konami Gaming

Bally Gaming Systems

CashCode Company

Speak Out: Indian Gaming Means Education in Indian Country - by Ernie Stevens, Jr.

Video Gaming Technologies

Nova Gaming

Tribal Leader Roundtable: Spotlight on Oklahoma - With Tribal Leaders: Bill Anoatubby, Wallace Coffey, A.D. Ellis, Jeff Houser, Greg Pyle, and Chadwick “Corntassel” Smith

JCM American

Joseph Eve

Executive Q&A: Up Close With Victor Rocha, Founder of Pechanga.net

Doug Hyde Studios

Interior Department Affirms Compact Between the Oneida Indian Nation and New York State

A New Era in California For Tribal Gaming - by Waltona Manion

Financing Infrastructure Projects by Tribal Governments Utilizing Tax-Exempt Issuance of Debt - by Valerie Red-Horse

F&B: Accounting and Control - Understanding the Principle - by Bill Schwartz

Treasure Island Resort & Casino Hosts 2007 “Tussle on the Island”

Case Study: Homegrown Technology Yields Harvest of Efficiency, Profits for Forest County Potawatomi

Human Resources: Give Peace a Chance at Work - by Donald Hoover

Internal Audit: The Next Step - Training - by Joe Oprosko

Initial Impressions

Amphitheatres in Indian Country: BlueWater Amphitheatre, Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater, Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort Event Lawn, Open Sky Theater, Palomar Starlight Theater, Sandia Resort & Casino Amphitheater, and Tulalip Amphitheatre, and White River Amphitheatre

Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian

Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association

Arizona Indian Gaming Association

Morning Star Tribal Services

National Indian Gaming Association

 

Monthly Features & Columns

Time is the Enemy of the Player - by Andrew Klebanow

Expansions: Cherokee Casino Resort Enters a New Era with $125 Million Expansion, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino’s $15 Million Parking Structure Opens to Guests, Kalispel Tribe of Indians Break Ground on the Young People's Place, Apple Retail Store to Open at Foxwoods Resort Casino

 

Departments

Publisher's Page

Cover Artist

Extraordinary Employee

New Games

Product Spotlight

People

Calendar of Events

In the News

Community Outreach

Ad Index