New England Summit 2011
The New England Gaming Summit hosted by Spectrum Gaming Group will be on November 14-15, 2011 at Foxwoods Resort Casino, CT.
This exciting new event, inaugurated in September 2010 at Mohegan Sun, drew a packed house of attendees who heard numerous expert speakers share their insight into the potential for, and myriad impacts of, gaming in New England. The event drew a broad mix of policymakers, industry leaders, grass-roots organizations, civic groups, analysts, attorneys and others with interest and concerns about the expanded gaming in this market.
Spectrum Gaming Group is an independent research and professional services firm that provides economic and feasibility studies, impact analyses, regulatory services, customer-service audits, and operational assistance for private- and public-sector clients on five continents. Spectrum publishes the Gaming Industry Observer newsletter, produces the East Coast Gaming Congress and Pennsylvania Gaming Congress and co-produces Florida Gaming Summit and New England Gaming Summit.
This year, expanded gaming in Massachusetts and neighboring states will take center stage at the second annual New England Gaming Summit. The Summit is the ideal venue to learn of the latest gaming news and trends and network with the hundreds of attending gaming executives, regulators, public officials, investors, attorneys, analysts, architects and vendors from the New England region and beyond.
This year’s keynote speaker for the New England Gaming Summit, Mitchell Grossinger Etess, is the Chief Executive Officer of the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority. Other speakers will include:
Rodney A. Butler, Chairman for Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council
Cheryl Andrews-Maltais, Chairwoman for Auinnah Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head
Bruce “Two Dogs” Bozsum, Pipe Carrier and Vice Chairman of Mohegan Tribal Council
Richard D. “Skip” Bronson, Chairman of U.S. Digital Gaming
To view the full list of speakers, click here.
The two-day event begins with an evening cocktail reception on November 14, followed by a full day of in-depth seminars with networking opportunities. Session topics include racing and gaming, tribal gaming, public policy decisions, casino design and reconstruction and the wall street view.
To register for the New England Gaming Summit, click here.