Stakeholder Relations: How might Lottery do a better job of engendering support from the national media and legislators at the federal as well as state levels?

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LOTTERY EXPO 2016

 

Panel Discussion: Stakeholder Relations:  How might Lottery do a better job of engendering support from the national media and legislators at the federal as well as state levels?

 

Moderator: May Scheve Reardon, Executive Director, Missouri Lottery; Immediate Past President, NASPL

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Panelists:

Gerry Aubin, Executive Director, Rhode Island Lottery

Jon Clontz, Chief Executive Officer, Wyoming Lottery Corporation

Scott Gunn, Senior Vice President Global Government Relations and North America Lottery Business Development

Vernon Kirk, Executive Director, Delaware Lottery

Chip Polston, Kentucky Lottery Corporation

Terry Rich, Chief Executive Officer, Iowa Lottery

This video presentation is brought to you by Public Gaming Research Institute and was recorded at LOTTERY EXPO 2016  in Miami, Florida September 2016.

 

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