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Moderator: Rebecca Hargrove, Chief Executive Officer, Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation, Executive Vice President World Lottery Association (WLA)
Panelists:
Connie Laverty O’Connor, Senior Vice President & Chief Customer Officer, GTECH Corp.
Terry Rich, Chief Executive Officer, Iowa Lottery Authority
Steve Saferin, President Properties Group & Chief Creative Officer, Scientific Games Corp.
Chuck Strutt, Executive Director, MUSL (Multi-State Lottery Association)
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Panel Discussion Review and Assess the results of the Retail Executive Summit  -  What are the key take-aways? 
Moderator:  Rebecca Hargrove, Chief Executive Officer, Tennessee Lottery
Panelists: Tom Dolan, District Manager, Miami/Dade County, Florida Lottery
Mark Hagen
, Category Manager – Services, 7-Eleven, Inc.
John Pittman, Vice President, Marketing, INTRALOT USA
Dianne Thompson , Chief Executive Officer, Camelot Group (operator of UK National Lottery)
Rob Wesley, Director of Sales, Virginia Lottery
 

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Panel Discussion: Execution, Multi-State Collaboration:  Review and assess the current state of multi-state game performance.  What are the opportunities and obstacles to overcome in the path towards fresh, new, out-of-the-box, multi-state game concepts and promotional and marketing initiatives.  What are some specific multi-state ideas and proposals that should be moved to the front-burner?  What is the potential for national advertising & promotional initiatives; and standardized order-fulfilment/transaction processing?
Moderator: Terry Rich, CEO, Iowa Lottery Panelists:
Steve Saferin
, President Properties Group and Chief Creative Officer, Scientific Games
Chuck Strutt, Executive Director, Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL)
Henry Oakes, Sales Director, Geonomics
Gregory Smith, Executive Director, Vermont Lottery
 
Panel Discussion: The Customer of Lotteries is the Retailer: Retailers are the face of the Lottery to the consumer, and thankfully they are committed to the success of Lottery.  Commercial Retail Executives from major chain stores discuss what Lottery can do to earn this commitment and improve sales by engaging the full support of their Retail partners.   Moderator: Tom Blaskiewicz, Deputy Director for Retail Operations, Pennsylvania Lottery
Panelists:
Mark Hagen, Category Manager – Services, 7-Eleven, Inc.
Anne L. Kerstetter,  Store Ops Payment and Reconciliation Manager, Wawa
John Paris, Manager of Treasury Operations, CVS Caremark
Susan Strouse, Vice President, Retail Business Development & Corporate Accounts, GTECH
 
Moderator:
Terry Rich, Chief Executive Officer, Iowa Lottery

Panelists:
Leslie Badger, VP Systems Marketing, Scientific Games Corp.
Connie Bloss, Vice President Marketing, Pennsylvania Lottery
Alice Garland, Executive Director, North Carolina Education Lottery
John Martin, Assistant Director, Maryland Lottery
Terry Presta, Executive Director, Kansas Lottery
 
 
Panelists:
Daniel Cage, Chief Executive Officer, Linq3
Larry Colatosti, Director, Retail Sales, Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corp.
Tom Dolan, Florida Lottery District Manager, Miami, Florida Lottery
Mark Hagen, Category Manager Lottery, 7-Eleven Corp.
Adam Perlow, Chief Executive Officer, Hudson Alley Software
Susan Strouse, Vice President, Retail Business Development & Corporate Accounts, GTECH
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Keynote Speaker:Executive Director, Missouri Lottery & Chair of Retailer Board, NASPL Introduction & Framing the issues for Retail Executive Summit
 
Moderator: Scott Bowen, Commissioner, Michigan Lottery Panel Discussion: Mega Millions: Retail Strategy Mega Millions is one of the two most powerful lottery brands in the U.S. How is Mega Millions going to evolve with the changes in the markets and consumer tastes? How will Mega Millions position itself for growth and success in a gaming category that will include an increasing variety of consumer options? How does the consumer view the new matrix change? Are there other potential product changes? How about changes in the way MM is distributed? What can we learn from the success of Lucky-for-Life? Are there ways to smooth a path for broader distribution, perhaps in multi-state chain stores that seek standardized processes? Moderator: Scott Bowen, Commissioner, Michigan Lottery Panelists: Charlie McIntyre, Executive Director, New Hampshire Lottery Nikki Orcutt, Deputy Director, Marketing, West Virginia Lottery Jessica Powell, Vice President of Marketing, GTECH Indiana Paul Sternburg, Executive Director, Massachusetts Lottery
 
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