Symposium on Racing and Gaming 2011

Symposium on Racing and Gaming 2011

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The 38th Annual Symposium on Racing & Gaming by the University of Arizona’s Race Track Industry Program will be held December 5-8, 2011 at the Westin La Paloma Resort in Tucson, Arizona.

The Race Track Industry Program (RTIP) had gained worldwide recognition for its annual Symposium on Racing & Gaming held in Tucson, Arizona each December since 1974. The Symposium attracts attendees representing Thoroughbred, Standardbred, American Quarter Horse, Greyhound, and Racino interests from across the United States and internationally.

Symposium speakers represent the Who’s Who of the racing and gaming industry as well as specialists from outside the field. The broad cross-section of North American and international participants, representing all pari-mutuel racing breeds, makes the Symposium on Racing & Gaming the largest industry-wide conference in the world.

Topics presented during the Symposium include cutting-edge issues and trends of importance to the pari-mutuel industry including simulcasting, account wagering, marketing, track surfaces, casino gaming, human and health issues, track operations, new technologies and regulation.

The exhibit fee is $2500 for the first space and $2000 for any additional spaces in the main exhibit area. Exhibitors have access to the exhibit area for setup on Monday morning, December 5.

To register, you may find the registration form here.