National Indian Gaming Association Prepares to Host 2017 Convention

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National Indian Gaming Association

A prominent Native American leader and political figure, Mark Macarro leads the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians as tribal chairman. Alongside his activities as tribal chairman, Mark Macarro maintains affiliations with organizations such as the National Indian Gaming Association.

The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) is currently preparing for its 32nd annual Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention, which will draw members of 184 Native Nations to the San Diego Convention Center on April 10-13, 2017. Those in attendance at the four-day event will have the opportunity to meet with industry leaders and improve their business enterprises through educational sessions organized along several tracks, including casino operations, marketing, human resources and management, and security and surveillance.

The event will also include golf tournaments, receptions, banquets, and other networking activities as well as a range of exhibits featuring the latest products and services in casino gaming. Dozens of exhibiting companies will be on hand, so those in attendance will have plenty of opportunities to forge new professional relationships with those in the industry. More information about the NIGA’s 32nd Annual Tradeshow and Convention can be found at


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