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On June 29, 2018 the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation broke ground for a new casino in Fort McDowell, Arizona. Plans are set to go bigger and bolder with sights set on a stunning 2020 debut. The new facility will feature over 166,000 square feet of excitement, with a contemporary design and new amenities everywhere you look. New ameni- ties will feature a garden court atrium that connects the casino to the AAA Four Diamond We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference Center, a new parking garage, a sports bar with entertainment stage, dining choices from fine din- ing to quick serve, including a 300 seat buffet, plus more! Thalden Boyd Emery Architects, W.E. O'Neil, and Kitchell Construction have been named as the project team. The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation's ongoing mission is to aid in the economic development and the expansion of direct services to meet the changing needs of all trib- New Fort McDowell Casino Coming in 2020 Maxx Seating would like to announce its new name, new ownership and new products. Seating Concepts has rebranded MLP Seating into Maxx Seating, creating the newest player in casino seating. It paired Seating Concepts' expert capabilities in product development, manufacturing and service with MLP's experience and knowledge of the gaming industry to create a new standard in casino seating, Maxx Seating. Maxx Seating specializes in blackjack seating, poker seating, table game seating, dealer seating and slot seating. Manufactured in the USA in a 200,000 square foot facil- ity, its products combine comfort, function and innovative design. With ergonomic seat- ing made from the highest quality injection-molded foam, the seating provides ultimate support and comfort for extended use while maintaining lasting durability and resilien- cy. Maxx Seating chairs have the ability to endure the most demanding of environments, while maintaining a polished esthetic that will complement any gaming space. Trinseo plastics are intrinsic to the products we use in our lives every day. One of these products is the new smart outlet from Currant, a California-based startup that creates smart home products designed to give consumers control over their homes – and their energy consumption. Currant introduced the Currant Smart Outlet, the first outlet on the market powered by artificial intelligence (AI), in November 2018. Consumers simply plug their home devices or appliances into it and, with a special app, receive a breakdown of their power usage in real time as well as personalized, easy-to-implement suggestions on controlling their energy expenses. According to Hasty Granbery, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Currant, ÒIdle energy usage resulting from always-on devices is a larger problem than most people realize, costing Americans 19 billion dollars per year. Currant addresses this problem by leveraging AI to help people discover their home energy offenders, so they can cut excess electricity usage without sacrificing An interview with Tina Duncan, Business Development Manager, AMERIND Risk. GN: What is AMERIND Risk? TD: We are the only 100 percent tribally owned and operated insurance solutions provider in the United States. Built by tribes, for tribes, we serve Indian Country exclusively. GN: How long has AMERIND been in business? TD: More than 400 tribes created AMERIND Risk in 1986, when commercial insurance became too costly and failed to commit to the unique needs of Native American property. More than 30 years later, we're still committed to "Tribes Protecting Tribes." That's not only AMERIND's vision, but the heart of sovereignty and why our team is Continued on Page 17 Continued on Page 17 Maxx Seating: The Newest Player in Casino Seating Trinseo Provides Plastics for Smart Outlet Taking Control of Your Tribal Insurance Program Continued on Page 17 Continued on Page 15 Oser Communications Group San Diego Thursday, April 4, 2019 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH NIGA BOOTH #2412 BOOTH #2106 BOOTH #1303

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