Governor Jon S. Corzine to keynote East Coast Gaming Conference

16 May 2008

ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Top executives whose
companies operate in every eastern gaming jurisdiction from Maine to West
Virginia to Florida will address the regulatory, operational and
competitive outlook at the 12th annual East Coast Gaming Congress, May
19-20 at the Atlantic City Convention Center.

Confirmed participating companies include Delaware North, Dover Downs
Entertainment, Foxwoods, Harrah's Entertainment, Isle of Capri Casinos, MGM
Mirage, Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, Penn National Gaming, Revel
Entertainment, Seminole Hard Rock, Seneca Gaming, Tropicana, and Trump
Entertainment Resorts.

In addition, New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine will deliver the
Luncheon Keynote Address, and four of Wall Street's premier gaming analysts
will share their outlook on the East Coast gaming.

"Once again, the East Coast Gaming Congress is providing the premier
forum for many of the industry's top executives, public officials and
analysts to share their insights and outlook gaming in the East. This is an
invaluable opportunity for attendees to learn, to be challenged, and to
network," said Lloyd Levenson, Chief Executive of the Cooper Levenson law
firm, an organizing sponsor of the conference.

More than 500 gaming operators, equipment manufacturers, regulators,
attorneys, architects, analysts, public officials, investors and other
gaming-related professionals are attending the 12th annual East Coast
Gaming Congress. The full conference schedule and registration are
available at Early Bird rates are in
effect through Friday. For sponsorship information, contact Donna Vecere at

The East Coast Gaming Congress opens 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

The East Coast Gaming Congress is organized and produced by Gaming
Industry Observer, an award-winning publication produced by Spectrum Gaming
Group, Commerce Bank, the Cooper Levenson law firm, and SOSH Architects.

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