Members of the Gaming Board for the Commonwealth of The Bahamas and The Bahamas Hotel Association Casino Committee Conduct Fact-finding Mission at the Global Gaming Expo 2012

Joint public- and private-sector effort seeks to modernize The Bahamas' gaming regulations

Oct 04, 2012, 10:04 ET from Bahamas Ministry of Tourism

LAS VEGAS, Oct. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Members of the Gaming Board for the Commonwealth of The Bahamas (GBB) and The Bahamas Hotel Association Casino Committee on a fact-finding mission at the Global Gaming Expo 2012 (G2E), the industry's largest conference and trade show. The delegation took part in the event's sessions and workshops as part of a joint public- and private-sector effort to modernize The Bahamas' gaming regulations. The Bahamas government is spearheading the effort in order to keep The Bahamas at the forefront of the world's destination casino markets.

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Editor's Note: Image accompanying release includes (from left to right) Uri Clinton, BHA; Dennis Martin, GGB; Ian Tynes, GGB; Kayla Ward, OPM; Miles Laroda, GGB; Andre Rollins, Chairman GGB; Rupert Smith,GGB;Christel Sands-Feaste, Higgs & Johnson ; Verdent Scott, GGB; Terah Rahming, GGB; Kendall Darling, GGB; Robert Sands, BHA.

 

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Chelsea Costa                  

Anita Johnson-Patty  

Weber Shandwick             

Bahamas Ministry of Tourism

(212) 445-8029                 

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SOURCE Bahamas Ministry of Tourism