East Coast Gaming Congress returns

26 November 2007

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- The 12th annual East Coast
Gaming Congress returns to the Atlantic City Convention Center on May
19-20, 2008, where many of the most prominent executives in the industry
will share their insights and commentary on trends and changes that are
transforming the gaming landscape from Maine to Florida.

The conference kicks off with a golf outing sponsored by Harrah's
Entertainment on May 19 at Atlantic City Country Club, followed by an
evening reception at Cuba Libre at The Quarter inside Tropicana Casino and

Confirmed speakers to date include:

-- James Allen, Chief Executive Officer, Seminole Gaming

-- Kevin DeSanctis, President and Chief Operating Officer, Revel

-- Frank Fahrenkopf, President and CEO, American Gaming Association

-- Gary Loveman, President, CEO & Chairman, Harrah's Entertainment

-- Jim Murren, President and Chief Operating Officer, MGM Mirage

-- Keith Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Boyd Gaming These and other executives will discuss such topics as the competitive
landscape, emerging markets, the political climate, the continued expansion
of Indian gaming, regulation and operational trends.

The East Coast Gaming Congress has one of the most high-profile forums
for industry leaders. In addition, the conference offers its hundreds of
attendees outstanding networking opportunities and the chance to visit with
dozens of conference exhibitors. More than 500 executives, regulators,
attorneys, equipment manufacturers, analysts, architects, vendors and other
industry- related professionals attended the most recent East Coast Gaming
Congress last spring.

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