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IGBE To Feature Casino Boat
The International Gaming Busi- ness Exposition '94 (IGBE) will fea- ture a wealth of information for both casino business newcomers and vGtcrfliis
Scheduled for April 26-27 at the
MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas,
IGBE offers a full roster of educa- tional seminars which are geared to maximize the profits of any and all casino operators. In following the industry trend toward the expand- ing riverboat casino market, the show features a full complement of maritime builders and suppliers.
The seminar program kicks off
Tuesday, April 26 at 7:45 a.m. with the keynote address and breakfast.
Delivering the address is Larry J.
Woolf, chairman, president and
CEO of the MGM Grand Hotel Inc.
Mr. Woolf will reportedly address the growth of the gaming industry throughout the country, and ways in which the industry is faced with the challenge of creating new at- tractions to maintain and expand the customer base.
The educational seminars begin after the keynote, starting at 9:15 a.m., and in total encompass 35 separate seminars over the two days. Included are a wide variety of topics, some new to the show this year, including: Creating an Out-
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EXPOSITION '94 standing Customer Service Team;
Political Threats to the Gaming In- dustry; An Approach to Security
System Designs; Reducing Your
Gaming Taxes; The Key to Riverboat/
Dockside Start-ups; Cruise Ship
Gaming - Building on a Successful
Market; Expanding Your Gaming
Operations into New Jurisdictions; and Power Techniques for Casinos
Who Want to Grow Their Customer
Base. Enlisted to present the semi- nars is a long and distinguished list of gaming and political figures.
The exhibit portion of IGBE will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 26, and from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday the 27th. Included in the exhibitor list are many companies specific to the marine market (please see exhibitor list), as well as other product manu- facturers and service providers to the gaming industry.
For more information on attend- ing or exhibiting at IGBE '94, con- tact: IGBE/CMC, Christopher
McCabe, 200 Connecticut Ave.,
Norwalk, Conn. 06856-4990; tel: (203) 852-0500; fax: (203) 838-3710.
Exhibitor List (Partial)
Atlantic Marine, Inc.
Bender Shipbuilding & Repair Co.
Bud Jones Co.
Directions In Design
Gasser Chair Co., Inc.
International Gaming Technology (IGT)
Trinity Marine Group
Members Service Corp.
Grants Option To Trump
Members Service Corp.'s wholly owned subsidiary Riverboat Gam- ing Corp of Missouri granted an option for the St. Charles Riverboat site to the Trump Princess Missouri
Corp. of Delaware. Should Trump exercise the option, Members Ser- vice Corp.'s subsidiary is to receive a reported $3.2 million.
Boomtown Seeks Indiana
Boomtown Inc. and SES Gaming are reportedly looking for Indiana state permission to operate a pair of riverboat casinos on the Ohio River near Cincinnati. The companies filed application in a joint agreement, and each company would operate one riverboat.
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