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Knowles named to GSA board

Printer manufacturer TransAct Technologies, Inc. announced that Brandon Knowles, the company’s vice president of gaming sales, has been elected to serve on the Gaming Standards Association Board of Directors.

Knowles will help manage the direction of GSA, the international trade association tasked with developing open, industry-developed, communication standards across the gaming industry. He has over 20 years of international gaming experience, and has held leading positions with companies such as Mirage Resorts, Aristocrat, Shuffle Master and Progressive Gaming.

“We are delighted to welcome Brandon Knowles as a member of GSA’s board of directors,” said GSA President Peter DeRaedt. “TransAct’s participation underscores the universality of GSA protocols, from game to system to peripherals.”

“As a longstanding member of GSA, we are proud to support the association and the gaming industry,” added Tracey S. Chernay, senior vice president of sales and marketing for TransAct. “We are very pleased that Brandon was elected by GSA members to join the board of directors and we look forward to our continued involvement with this industry organization.”  

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