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Midax is broadening the scope of pay by player points beyond the c- store and grocery store to any POS on the property, in gift shops, bars, restaurants and resort facilities. Midax will also enable the player to pay for his room bill with points. Midax Tribal One Loyalty also extends the breadth of the rewards generation as well as redemption. Midax can now feed points it awards in properties using its loyalty back into the player database, so these points earned under Midax can be redeemed anywhere on the property. At the pump, for NIGA 2019, Midax is making Tribal One available to be used in truck stops as well as convenience stores. Midax has extended its in-house fleet card payment suite with an option for a regional fleet card program, where all casinos can accept cards from other tribes using Midax, country-wide. Midax has added additional payment methods to this transaction fee-free channel: pre-paid fleet and gift card with optional ACH recharge and autopay. This enables tribes to accept external fleet cards programs supported by fellow tribes, so that you can combine with other tribes to share Midax Announces Major Expansions of Tribal One Program for NIGA 2019 United Food Group (UFG), a premier developer and manufac- turer of specialty dry powder mixes and a long-time manufac- turer of the branded Perfect Servings ® Coffee Condiment pro- gram, is proud to announce its new frozen beverage line Komoniwana™ (come-on-i-wan-ah) – a line of shakes, smoothies, frappes and granitas that will change the way you prepare frozen beverages. In the past, frozen beverage and slush programs required costly equipment, lengthy cleaning procedures and extensive service downtime. UFG recognized the need for a simple, cost-effective solution to cater to consumer demands for new product offerings while keeping startup costs to a minimum. Komoniwana offers a fully branded product line, including cups and point-of-pur- chase materials. It's the perfect fit for casinos, restaurants, coffee shops, cafeterias, convenience stores and more! Currently, there are 14 high-quality product offerings. Classics like Chocolate By Tim Minard, Chief Executive Officer, Eclipse Gaming 2019 is already off to a strong start and I am excited about what the year holds for Eclipse and our tribal partners. We continue to make great strides – expanding and innovating our product roadmap to ensure high performing products, strengthening our relationships with our cus- tomers and expanding into new markets. Eclipse is well positioned as a strong provider of Class II products and there is much opportunity for growth. We have built upon this momentum with our recent penetration into Louisiana, California, Washington, Wisconsin and Michigan, as well as by growing our footprint within many of the company's core markets. Last year, we received approval to place our Appendix X2 products in the state of Washington. This is a tremendous milestone, as Washington is an essential piece of our strategic growth plans. Strategic investment in game development has allowed us to expand our product line and we are poised to deliver a steady stream of innovative games to our customers As the gaming industry matures and becomes increas- ingly competitive, casinos are looking for expansion plans that complement existing programs and diversify offerings. It's more important than ever for resorts to increase guests' length of stay, attract new demograph- ics and create revenue streams outside of gaming. At the same time, many tribes are looking to offer more amenities to the tribal community. To achieve those goals, Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort in Cherokee, North Carolina, opened its $13 million bowling entertainment center in the summer of 2017. The project was financed by a partnership between the resort and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. "The goal for our bowling family entertainment center was to serve both gam- ing customers and the local community," said Brooks Robinson, Harrah's Cherokee Regional Vice President of Resort Operations. "We wanted to serve our existing Continued on Page 17 Continued on Page 17 UFG Introduces New Frozen Beverage Line Komoniwana Eclipse Gaming Debuts New Solutions at Show Harrah's Cherokee Goes Bowling with Brunswick Continued on Page 17 Continued on Page 17 Oser Communications Group San Diego Wednesday, April 3, 2019 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH NIGA BOOTH #2448 BOOTH #2313 BOOTH #2143 BOOTH #1813

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