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Congrats to Another Successful Northwest Indian Gaming Conference & Expo

The Raving team was honored to participate once more at WIGA’s annual event last week at Tulalip Resort & Casino. On site with Raving's VP of Client Services Amy Hergenrother was Daniel Wood, Digital & Gamified Marketing Solutions and Vice President of Sales, Engaged Nation, and other Partners who took the stage.

Discussions and Topics

Raving Partner Paula Allen, Leadership and Tribal Member Development, presented on “The Human Challenge: Finding Good Employees.”

Justin Shank, Raving Partner, Social Gaming and Marketing, presented on “Marketing ROI: Analyzing What Type of Marketing is Giving You the Biggest Bang for Your Buck” and “Data Analytics: Managing and Cleaning Your Database.” To find out more about these topics, drop us a line at [email protected].

If you recall, the last time Paula, Amy and Justin were together, just last month, they had near “Dorothy and Toto” experience in Oklahoma! Luckily this event in Washington didn’t require a visit to the tornado shelter.

20 Years of Success for WIGA

The Northwest Indian Gaming Conference and Expo celebrated its 20th anniversary this year. Justin shared "Every year WIGA feels like home because it is home. Friendly and familiar faces sharing information and participating in important dialog surrounding the growth of the industry and future innovation of casino gaming and economic development. As we reflected on the 20-year anniversary of WIGA, I realized how lucky I've been to have such rich and meaningful friendships and business relationships throughout the northwest."

Amy added, “As usual, it was an incredible event. You can’t beat the networking and setting with golfing at Harbour Pointe. Furthermore, I really enjoyed the diversity in topics, especially the lively discussions around HR. Tulalip’s service was terrific as always. Most of all, it's incredible to see the overwhelming support for this event from the Northwest Tribes. Job well done."