On the Inside

October 2005, Volume 15 No. 10

A special thanks to John B. Thomas for his cover artwork, "Redtail Hawk." John is a wolf clan Mowhawk from Akwesasne Mohawk Territory. He can be reached by calling (518) 358-4205 or email standingarrowarts@yahoo.com

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Inside This Issue

Gaming Laboratories International

IGT (back cover)

Klas Robinson

Bally Gaming & Systems


WMS Gaming

Table of Contents

Rocket Gaming


Nova Gaming

Cadillac Jack

Speak Out: National Indian Gaming Association Joins Member Trbes in Hurricane Relief Efforts - by Ernie Stevens, Jr.

Electronic Game Card - Tribal Numbers

Tribal Leader Roundtable: Wisconsin Tribal Leaders Gerald Danforth and Harold "Gus" Frank

Automated Currency Instruments

Ask the Experts on Players Clubs: Chris Archunde, Laurie Dana, Phil Davis, Lorna Grover, Sharon Montague, Josh Nakelsky, Dominic A. Orozco and Deana Whistler


G2E Roundtable: Department of Justice Proposes Legislation That Could Alter the Landscape of Indian Gaming - by AJ Naff

NIGC Report: Indian Gaming Working Group Successes - by Chuck Choney

Elevating Tribal Members: Succession and Mentorship Programs - by Bruce Baird

Western Indian Gaming Conference

Making Food and Beverage Inventories Count - by Bill Schwartz

Developing a Strategic Management Plan - by Robert Mudd


Casino Surveillance: Stepping out of the Shadows - by Willy J. Allison

Going Tapeless: Switching to Digital Video Recorders - by Chuck Colby

Is Preparation Missing in Your Interview Room? - by Chris Cottey

Case Study: Potawatomi Bingo Casino Sets the Stage with State-of-the-Art Theater - by Bob Rech


Monthly Features & Columns

Bingo Renaissance: Getting to the Bottom Line - by Eric Casey

The Benefits and Challenges of Master Planning - by Andrew Klebanow

Planning Live Entertainment for Your New Casino - by Doug Brown

Education: Morongo Tribe Presents Scholarships to Three Native American Students

Openings & Expansions: Bear River Casino, Mooretown Rancheria, Dakota Sioux Casino Hotel, Mystic Lake's Hotel Tower & Golf Course, Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Multi-Tribal Dental Clinic, Morre



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Extraordinary Employee

Product Spotlight

New Games

Calendar of Events


In the News & Book Review

Community Outreach & Ad Index