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Caribbean islands are the favourite holiday destinations for many a person in the Western world. Most choose to go to some of the more recognized islands such as the Dominican Republic, Barbados, or certain parts of Jamaica, and one of the other islands that you might not have considered visiting is Aruba.
Now those in the gaming industry have an excuse to visit the tropical island as the Aruba Gaming Congress 2011 again takes place at the island’s Westin Resort hotel.
From August 3-4, and organised by 3A productions, the esteemed conference arranger, it gives attendees the chance to learn more about the gambling industry with a number of courses put on by the University of Nevada.
As with all conferences, it gives attendees the chance to network with their peers in an atmosphere that will be extremely conducive to making the most of this part of the world in terms of gambling.
Apart from a wealth of exhibitors, the conference really comes into its own as far as the sessions themselves are concerned, both days giving over significant time to the courses that are taking place.
Both days are expected to run from 9am to 4pm an includes a number of course sessions throughout the day in addition to obligatory breaks which you can also use to network with prospective clients.
Then there’s the party program for the two day-long event.
A conference really doesn’t come into it’s own unless you consider the parties and the AGC is no different. Being in the Caribbean means the cocktails are likely to be out of this world and this expo will be no different. Also if you add into the equation that this is the gambling industry then you can imagine there’ll be no shortage of gamblin’ drinkin’ and carryin’ on going down.