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Tribal Leader Roundtable: Spotlight on Gaming and Legislation

This month, three tribal leaders discuss the benefits of gaming revenues for their tribe and the surrounding community; goals and initiatives they...
Doreen Blaker

Doreen Blaker, President, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community

Doreen Blaker, PresidentKeweenaw Bay Indian CommunityOjibwa Casino Marquette – Marquette, MI; Ojibwa Casino Baraga – Baraga, MIojibwacasino.com / kbic-nsn.gov
Anthony Roberts

Anthony Roberts, Chairman, Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation

Anthony Roberts, ChairmanYocha Dehe Wintun NationCache Creek Casino Resort – Brooks, CAcachecreek.com / yochadehe.gov BENEFITS OF GAMING: Tribal gaming has...
Robert Smith

Robert H. Smith, Chairman, Pala Band of Mission Indians

Robert H. Smith, ChairmanPala Band of Mission IndiansPala Casino – Pala, CApalacasino.com / palatribe.com BENEFITS OF GAMING: Gaming revenues have...
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Tribal Leader Roundtable: Spotlight on the Benefits of Gaming

Three tribal leaders share how gaming revenues have benefited their tribe and community; goals and initiatives; and legislative/political issues of concern. Here...
Chief Brian Harris

Brian Harris, Chief, Catawba Indian Nation

Our goal is to generate revenue through gaming enterprises to support tribal growth, create job opportunities, and improve the overall economic well-being of tribal communities. We also plan to support and create educational initiatives, scholarships, and vocational training programs for tribal members.
Chair Brenda Meade

Brenda Meade, Chair, Coquille Indian Tribe

This year, we were able to award $500,000 in grants through our Coquille Indian Tribe Community Fund to a variety of organizations throughout our five-county service area. We take pride in being able to provide not only for our members, but for Southern Oregon as a whole.
Chairman Lawrence SpottedBird

Lawrence SpottedBird, Chairman, Kiowa Tribe

Going back to the early 1980s when we tribes in Oklahoma first developed high stakes bingo operations, we learned quickly that generating our own revenues through profits from enterprises empowered our tribe to address our priorities as we determine.
Eagle Rock, Homewood, California

Tribal Leader Roundtable: Spotlight on Gaming, Legislation and Leadership Development

Four tribal leaders share how gaming revenues have benefited their tribe and community; the initiatives and goals for their gaming enterprises; legislative/political...
Austin Lowes

Austin Lowes, Chairman, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

The goal for the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and Kewadin Casinos is to reinvest into our current assets. By doing this, we will be able to pivot to the new gaming industry trends, which will enable us to continue to be a local economic driver to the areas we serve.
Broward County Convention Center

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Tom Malloy

Tom Malloy Appointed VP of Marketing for Jamul Casino

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IGT Launches New MLP – Tiger and Dragon

LONDON, UK – International Game Technology (IGT) has launched its new multi-level progressive (MLP) game, Tiger and Dragon™, on casino floors in the U.S. Available...