iggins has served as the chief financial officer of Herbst Gaming since 2000. Herbst Gaming is a diversified, multi-jurisdictional gaming company with 15 casino properties located in Nevada, Missouri and Iowa and is one of the largest slot route operators in Nevada. During her tenure with Herbst Gaming, Higgins was responsible for all facets of financial management, including financial controls and reporting, taxation, financial planning, treasury and investor relations.
Rumbolz most recently acted as an independent consultant to GCA and previously was the chairman and chief executive officer of Cash Systems, a competitor of GCA's that was acquired by GCA in 2008. He is also the former vice chairman of the board of Casino Data Systems, was the president and chief executive officer of Anchor Gaming and the president of Casino Windsor at the time of its opening. He additionally has served as a member and subsequently the chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, and is the former chief deputy attorney general of the State of Nevada.
"We're excited to have Mary Beth join our executive management team. She is a seasoned financial executive with a strong background in both the operations and cash management sides of the casino industry. We believe that Mary Beth's leadership and years of experience in complex financial management in a public company setting as well as her proven record of revenue growth will serve us well as we continue our efforts of fully integrating cash access technologies on the gaming floor," said Scott Betts, GCA's president and chief executive officer.
"Similarly, Mike's years of experience in virtually all facets of the gaming industry will be a valuable asset to our board of directors. Mike already has a proven track record with GCA and was an invaluable asset in our obtaining the Nevada Gaming Control Board's approval of QuikTicket. Both these appointments bring a wealth of industry experience to GCA, strengthening our customer focus as we continue to pursue our strategy of innovation in the industry," concluded Betts.