he Expo takes place July 16-18 at the Squaxin Island Tribe's Little Creek Resort in Shelton, Wash. GLI will be in booth number 505.
In addition, GLI will be introducing its newest Tribal Gaming Development Representative, David Zarate. Zarate brings extensive experience in Tribal gaming to GLI, having most recently served as Director of Coeur d'Alene Tribal Gaming, where he developed gaming rules, internal controls, procedures and staffing.
In his position, Zarate directed a large staff and oversaw regulatory compliance for 1,800 gaming devices, a 500-seat bingo hall, off-track betting, and he assisted with interpreting IGRA and gaming compacts.
GLI Director of Development Bill Treger said: “We are thrilled to have David join the GLI team. His direct insight into and experience with Tribal regulation is a tremendous asset both to GLI and to all of our Tribal gaming clients.” The addition of Zarate brings GLI's worldwide development team to 15. Worldwide GLI employs more than 400 professionals in ten labs on five continents.