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AC Coin's Jason Seelig Assumes Marketing Post

Slot game manufacturer AC Coin & Slot announced that Jason Seelig, currently executive vice president of corporate sales, has been named executive vice president of sales and marketing.

Seelig is returning to this role after having held the position between 1997 and 2004, as the company was rapidly expanding into new territories throughout the U.S. During this expansion period, Seelig ensured that AC Coin & Slot remained in a prominent position to support new casinos, growing the sales force to support the company’s growth across North America, opening offices in several new locations across the country, and successfully marketing the company and its diverse product offering to a wide range of new casino properties.

Seelig has spent the interim years focused on strengthening individual corporate relationships and partnerships on behalf of AC Coin & Slot and structuring complex negotiations with larger customers such as MGM, Harrah’s and Boyd Gaming, among others. He will immediately resume leading the company’s sales efforts throughout North America while continuing to oversee all current marketing initiatives.  

“One of AC Coin & Slot’s greatest assets is its commitment to personalized service and products,” said Seelig. “I look forward to taking a customer-centric approach, working closely with each of our casino customers to tailor our solutions to best meet their needs.”  

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