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Business Directory Released

Casino City Press has released the new edition of its flagship directory of gaming businesses.

Casino City Press has released the new edition of its flagship directory of gaming businesses. The Winter 2010 edition of Casino City’s Gaming Business Directory includes nearly 600 pages of the most current information on more than 4,500 gaming properties worldwide, plus 700 corporate and Native American property owners.

Expanded profiles with contact information for 20,000 gaming executives, including names and titles across 40 departments, are provided for 1,800 properties in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean.

Thousands of updates, including changes in gaming industry property and owner contacts, have been made by Casino City’s research team since the last edition.

The directory is a significant time-saver for anyone doing business in the gaming industry. Suppliers use it for quick access to the names and titles of the casino executives they need to contact, and casino executives use it for competitive analysis and to identify key players in every jurisdiction worldwide.

In addition to property location and contact information, number of table games, gaming machines, hotel rooms, square footage, entertainment venues and attractions, and names and types of facilities for bars and restaurants, the directory includes cross-reference lists of planned properties, Class II and Class III tribal gaming facilities, tracks, cruise ships and more, plus top casinos ranked by number of gaming positions, slots, table games and hotel rooms.

The information in the directory is available in print, on CD, and through the web at GamingDirectory.com.

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