American Gaming Association Says it Continues to ‘Unite Casino Industry’

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American Gaming Association Says it Continues to 'Unite Casino Industry'The American Gaming Association just wants to bring like-minded people — and organizations — together for the purpose of advancing the gaming industry to new heights.

Following what the AGA calls a significant shift in its membership and governance structure, the organization is now welcoming five new board members this week: The Cordish Company, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Global Cash Access, Novomatic and Vantiv Gaming Solutions.

The AGA, we’re told, also added six general members: Casino City Press, Fantini Research, FPL Advisory Group, Ho-Chunk Gaming, Ortiz Gaming and YWS Design & Architecture.

These new members are in addition to nine members that joined the organization in January and are part of a strategy to unite casino gaming and its allies.

“The AGA’s Number One priority is to unite the gaming industry,” says Geoff Freeman, president and CEO of the AGA. “The budding coalescence of the gaming industry and wave of interest in the AGA strengthens our ability to share gaming’s story and effectively advocate in Washington, state capitols and developing gaming markets around the globe.”

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