Often ranked on Capitol Weekly’s Top 100 list of prominent figures California politics, Mark Macarro has served as tribal chairman of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians for nearly 15 years. Outside of his leadership of the tribe, Mark Macarro maintains active memberships in several organizations, including the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA).
In its efforts to support and promote the Indian gaming community, NIGA holds a variety of educational and advocacy events throughout the year. One of the organization’s most popular events is its Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention, an annual gathering that attracts tribal leaders and casino executives from across the country.
Registration is currently open for NIGA’s 32nd annual Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention, which will take place April 10-13, 2017, in San Diego. The conference will feature an education program comprising dozens of sessions on a range of topics related to casino marketing, management, and promotion.
Additionally, the event will include receptions and other networking activities, keynote presentations, and a trade show featuring the latest products and services from a number of exhibiting companies. For more information about the 32nd annual Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention, visit www.indiangamingtradeshow.com.