On the Inside

December 2005, Volume 15 No. 12

A special thanks to cover artist Jim Yellohawk for his cover artwork, "Evening Star." Jim is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Lakota Sioux Tribe. He can be reached by calling (605) 574-2165 or email kfyellowhk@aol.com

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Magazine Cover

Inside This Issue

Gaming Laboratories International

Cadillac Jack (back cover)

WMS Gaming

Joseph Eve

Table of Contents

Rocket Gaming

Klas Robinson

Bally Gaming

Initial Impressions

Speak Out: An Open Invitation to Senator McCain - Come Visit Indian Country - by Steve Cadue


Executive Q&A: Up Close with Brian Foster, Chairman OIGA

Maximizing Marketing: Co-Op Casino Promotions That Work - by Michael Broderick

Receiving: The First Line of Defense Against High F&B Costs - by Bill Schwartz

Workers' Compensation and Its Alternatives - by Dan Csar

Who's Who: John Lakin - Youth Leader & Mentor

Doug Hyde Studios

Legal Front: Chayoon v. Sherlock - by John H. Douglas

Casino Marketing: Balance is the Key - by Jim Stiles

Morning Star

The Trials and Triumphs of Rudolph ChasingHawk - by AJ Naff

Expansions: Foxwood's $700 Million Development Project and Fort McDowell's New Radisson Resort Hotel Opens

Corporate Culture: So What? Who Cares? What's In It For Me? - by Peter Demos

Content Management Systems: Take Back Control of Your Website - by Chris Nakea

Chinook Winds Hosts National Women's 9-Ball Championship - by AJ Naff


Western Indian Gaming Conference

Indian Gaming Magazine

Meeting Facilities Part II: BlueWater Resort & Casino, Cliff Castle Casino, Harrah's Phoenix Ak-Chin Casino Resort, Hon-Dah Resort Casino, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Jackson Rancheria Casino, Hotel & Conference Center, Coeur D’Alene Casino Resort Hotel, Harrah’s Prairie Band Casino & Hotel, Chip In’s Island Resort & Casino, Kewadin Casino, Hotel & Convention Center, Little River Casino Resort, Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, Victories Casino & Hotel, Fortune Bay Resort & Casino, Grand Casino Mille Lacs

Meeting Facilities Part II (continued): Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel, Northern Lights Casino & Hotel, Best Western KwaTaqNuk Resort, Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino, Sandia Resort & Casino, 4 Bears Casino & Lodge, Spirit Lake Casino & Resort, Cherokee Casino Resort, Chinook Winds Casino Resort, Kah-Nee-Ta High Desert Resort & Casino, Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort, Spirit Mountain Casino, Quinault Beach Resort & Casino, Lake of the Torches Resort Casino, St. Croix Casino & Hotel


Monthly Features & Columns

Educate, Inform and Influence All With One Secret Weapon - The Press Kit - by Laura Hall Knapp

Bingo: The Northern Cheyenne - Building Tribal Economy - by Eric Casey

What Makes a Casino Comfortable? - by Andrew Klebanow

Entertainment: Who Decides What Entertainment to Book? - by Doug Brown



Publisher's Page

Cover Artist & Extraordinary Employee

New Games

Product Spotlight

Calendar of Events


In the News

Community Outreach & Ad Index