Jim Rafferty spent many years as a marketing executive for Boyd Gaming and several other gaming companies. But he wanted to return to his home state of New Hampshire, and discovered that casinos would be allowed under certain conditions, largely that they would support charities. He set up a small casino in a restaurant and expanded as he went along. Today, New Hampshire boasts many charity casinos that contribute 35 percent of their revenues to charities, and a small percentage to the state. Rafferty explains how that progressed when he spoke with GGB Publisher Roger Gros on the exhibit floor at G2E in October in Las Vegas.