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Table Trac Announces Installation

System company Table Trac, Inc. announced that its patented Casino Trac casino management system will be installed in the Thlopthlocco Golden Pony Casino in Okemah, Oklahoma.

The Casino Trac system was designed specifically for Oklahoma, combining information drawn from both Class II and Class III games into a single database.

“We are pleased and honored to be chosen by the Thlopthlocco Golden Pony Casino to provide the products and services covered by this agreement,” said Chad Hoehne, Table Trac president and CEO. “The Golden Pony has one of the most beautiful and accessible locations in Oklahoma. We look forward to working with them.

“Since our successful development of the Class II and Class III integration in 2006, designed specifically for our Oklahoma casino customers, we have been providing consistent operational reliability and continue our commitment to what we describe as cutting the cost of cutting edge. Golden Pony is the 12th location in the Oklahoma jurisdiction to become a customer.”

Added Carl Noon, general manager of the Golden Pony, “Given the competitive nature of our market, with 66 casinos within 100 miles of our location, the combination of the system’s innovative promotional modules as well as price and value considerations made Casino Trac the obvious choice.”

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