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OIGA Trade Show Agenda Set

OIGA Trade Show Agenda Set

The Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association has released the agenda for the 2024 OIGA Conference and Trade Show, set for August 12-14 at the Oklahoma City Convention Center.

As usual, the event, expected to be attended by nearly 3,000 visitors, vendors and guest speakers, kicks off Monday,

August 12 with the annual golf tournament benefiting the John Marley Scholarship Fund to be held at the Lincoln Park municipal golf course.

The John Marley Scholarship Fund provides scholarships for Oklahoma tribal gaming industry employees and members of their families who meet certain minimum requirements, and who complete an application. Recipients are selected by the Oklahoma City Public Schools Native American Student Services Department.

That evening, the annual Welcome Party is back at Fassler Hall, in OKC’s high-energy Midtown District.

OIGA Trade Show

Tuesday begins the conference sessions, with educational offerings designed for people at every stage of their careers, from executive leadership to those who are just getting started.

A great variety of session topics will focus on technology, the latest trends, what’s happening at the legislative level, marketing and much more.

The trade show floor opens Tuesday, and an event that afternoon will honor recipients of OIGA’s Chairman’s Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Indian Gaming and Modern Day Warrior Awards.

The show, known as the “Biggest Little Show in Indian Gaming,” is in its 29th year.  OIGA Conference and Trade Show

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