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Odden Joins Gasser Chair

Odden Joins Gasser Chair

Ohio-based Gasser Chair Company announced that Steve Odden will be the exclusive consultant for the company to the Native American gaming market.

Odden will coordinate his efforts with the Gasser sales and marketing teams, concentrating on increasing the awareness of Gasser products and service to this specific gaming market. His focus on this market will make it convenient for Native American casinos to select Gasser for seating equipment.

Odden has more than 35 years sales and marketing experience with commercial furniture in the office, hospitality and gaming markets, the last 10 years focused on the Native American market.

“Working in this market has allowed Steve to gain an in-depth understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities that the Native American casino operators face,” said a statement from Gasser Chair. “Steve is excited to offer the Native American gaming market the wide selection of both hospitality and casino seating products manufactured by Gasser in northeast Ohio.”

 Jeffrey Compton is the retired founder of CDC Consulting and president of CDC E-Reports, a b2b gaming news and information service with over 1,200 paid subscribers.

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