East Coast Gaming Congress details announced

23 October 2006

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey – (PRESS RELEASE) -- The 11th annual East Coast
Gaming Congress will be held April 30 & May 1, 2007, at the Atlantic City
Convention Center, conference organizers announced today.

The conference, which examines the critical issues and trends in gaming
from Maine to Florida, annually attracts more than 400 gaming operators,
regulators, legislators, public officials, analysts, investors, equipment
manufacturers, attorneys, architects and other gaming-related

Widely respected for attracting the most influential speakers in
gaming, the East Coast Gaming Congress will again culminate with the
Industry Leaders Forum featuring many of the industry's top chief
executives. Among the speakers already confirmed are Gary Loveman,
Chairman, President and CEO of Harrah's Entertainment, and Frank J.
Fahrenkopf Jr., President and CEO of the American Gaming Association.

"The East Coast Gaming Congress, which is entering its second decade,
is proud to continue its tradition of providing a premier forum for gaming
professionals to learn from experts, to challenge their own assumptions,
and to network with a virtual who's-who in the industry," said Michael
Pollock, Managing Director of conference co-producer Spectrum Gaming Group.

The 11th edition of the East Coast Gaming Congress will include a golf
outing, networking reception, and expanded exhibition area.

The East Coast Gaming Congress Golf Outing takes place at Atlantic City
Country Club, one of America's oldest and most prestigious golf clubs. The
outing, scheduled for the morning and afternoon of April 30, is sponsored
by Harrah's Entertainment.

The conference will commence that evening with a networking reception,
followed the next day by intensive sessions that examine such issues as
gaming expansion in the East, the competitive landscape, public policy,
Wall Street's perspective, Indian gaming, and the international factor.

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