HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveNewslettersVolume 23Issue 33AMERICAN GAMING ASSOCIATION TO HOST PANEL AT NATIONAL MINORITY SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL CONFERENCE

Discussion will focus on casino gaming’s commitment to working with minority and women-owned businesses

As a part of its national Get to Know Gaming campaign, the American Gaming Association (AGA) will host a roundtable event at the National Minority Supplier Development Council Conference & Business Opportunity Exchange (NMSDC) on Tuesday, October 24th to highlight casino gaming’s commitment to working with minority and women-owned businesses.

New research completed by Spectrum Gaming Group and commissioned by AGA shows that the casino gaming industry supports 350,000 small business jobs. The report, The Gaming Industry’s Impact on Small Business Development in the United States, examines nearly a dozen U.S. gaming markets and assesses casino gaming’s direct and indirect impact on local, small businesses. Researchers concluded that gaming’s widespread impact is felt in markets across the country, but has the largest impact in small to mid-sized communities where local businesses integrate into gaming operations.

WHO:         Geoff Freeman, president and CEO, American Gaming Association;
                  Stacey Taylor, SVP & chief procurement officer Global Procurement, MGM Resorts;
                  Jessica Rosman, vice president of  procurement, Caesars;
                  Renee Boyce, president, CEO and founder, My Next Career Path Staffing, LLC.;
                  Jacci Woods, VP of public relations and community affairs, MotorCity Casino Hotel; and
                  Shaundell Newsome, founder, Sumnu Marketing. 

WHAT:       AGA Panel Discussion at NMSDC

WHEN:       Tuesday, October 24, 2017  11:30 am – 12:30 pm EST       

WHERE:      Cobo Center, Detroit MI
                   1 Washington Blvd, Detroit, MI 48226

About AGA: The American Gaming Association is the premier national trade group representing the $240 billion U.S. casino industry, which supports 1.7 million jobs in 40 states. AGA members include commercial and tribal casino operators, suppliers and other entities affiliated with the gaming industry. It is the mission of the AGA to be the single most effective champion of the industry, relentlessly protecting against harmful and often misinformed public policies, and paving a path for growth, innovation and reinvestment.

 

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