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Gaming News Wednesday, April 3, 2019 4 Bringing Art to Indian Country EC Art Services is known for bringing the best art to casinos and new builds in Indian country. When gaming on reservations first started, tribes wanted to conform and look and feel like Las Vegas. Today, tribes are interested in bringing forth their culture through art and design. A Native American owned and woman operated company, Founder Ruth-Ann Thorn is an active and respect- ed member of the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians. She has worked as a fine art consultant for two decades assist- ing Native American tribes curate art for projects in Indian Country. "As a Native American, I feel it is very important to bring forth the cultural history within tribal properties. Our culture is what speaks to who we are as a people. There is no better way to show culture than through art. This is why I have devoted my life to empowering tribes to have a voice through unique art that has been created for tribal properties." Every tribe has its own story. Thorn leads a process of "discovery" to help determine what important aspects are to be used visually while keeping continuity within an interior design plan. Her knowledge and expertise have greatly assisted in what can be a daunting task of choosing the best art to meet the desired needs of the tribe. ECAS is the art source for commer- cial spaces, hotel rooms, lobbies, meeting rooms, trib- al hall, health centers and more, working directly with tribes, owner representa- tives, developers, project managers and designers to create custom work for new projects and remodels in Indian Country. Offering Printing, Framing, Delivery & Installation ECAS prints using only archival processes, Experience The Glory by Maxx Seating Introducing The Glory by Maxx Seating – a new gaming chair that combines unique styling, maximum comfort and unsurpassed durability. With sleek, curvy lines and subtle center stitching details, The Glory is a sculpturesque chair that has been designed with smart contour principles to fit the human form. By incorporating ergonomic design principles from task seating, The Glory is slender without sac- rificing on comfort or performance. The Glory is built using Maxx Comfort high resilience molded foam. The foam is ergonomically customized to offer an optimized comfort profile and lumbar support for long-term seating, encouraging users to stay put for extend- ed gaming use. The Glory will bring unmatched comfort to each player's gam- ing experience. Handcrafted in the USA, The Glory is constructed to endure years of heavy use. Utilizing high quality wood that is molded to the revolutionary Maxx Comfort foam ensures the user gets consistent cushion without degra- dation. Frame options for The Glory are constructed to withstand the most abusive environments and incorporate user-friendly glides, making the chair easy to move. Fabricated with a flex back bracket for easy movement and resiliency, The Glory is a high-performance gaming chair. With various options and enhance- ments, The Glory can be built to meet your needs. Offered in a variety of gaming bases, seat heights, handles, finishes and fabrics including custom embroi- dery, The Glory can be customized to complement any casino floor or poker room. In addition to offering best-in-class Continued on Page 17 Continued on Page 17 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH NIGA Kimberly Oser Publisher Jules Denton-Card Senior Associate Publisher Lorrie Baumann Editorial Director JoEllen Lowry • Jeanie Catron • Karrie Welborn Associate Editors Anthony Socci Associate Publisher Yasmine Brown Art Director Jonathan Schieffer Graphic Designer Caitlyn McGrath • Susan Stein Customer Service Managers Marcos Morhaim Senior Account Manager Paul Harris Account Manager Tara Neal Director of Operations Jay Watson • Hannah Stefanovich • Margaret Oser Show Logistics & Distribution Enrico Cecchi European Sales Gaming News is published by Oser Communications Group ©2019 All rights reserved. Executive and editorial offices at: 1877 N. Kolb Road, Tucson, AZ 85715 520.721.1300/Fax: 520.721.6300 European offices located at Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini, 11, 50125 Florence, Italy www.osercommunicationsgroup.com Lee M. Oser Founder

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