WASHINGTON, D.C. — Grand Casinos, Inc. will donate a total of $5,000 to sponsor the AGA’s “Best Ideas Contest,” a major element of the casino gaming industry’s Responsible Gaming Education Week, designated for the week of August 3 – 7, 1998.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — More than 200,000 employees in 26 states, along with many state councils on problem gambling and public officials, are mobilizing their efforts to raise awareness of the importance of responsible gaming practices during the casino entertainment industry’s first annual “Responsible Gaming Education Week.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Casino properties and gaming equipment manufacturers from New Jersey to the Mississippi Gulf Coast to Nevada kicked off the casino entertainment industry’s first annual “Responsible Gaming Education Week” today with employee education activities designed to raise awareness about problem gambling and the importance of responsible gaming practices.
Among the many activities taking place during this week sponsored by the American Gaming Association (AGA) are the following:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – More than 500 employees from casino properties nationwide participated in the American Gaming Association’s (AGA) “Best Ideas” contest held during Responsible Gaming Education Week (Aug. 3-7).
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Veteran network news journalist Sander Vanocur will host a live satellite broadcast and simultaneous Webcast on problem gambling to kick of the American Gaming Association’s third annual Responsible Gaming Education Week (Aug. 7-11, 2000).
LAS VEGAS—Hundreds of casino employees, treatment providers, regulators, state health experts and lottery officials gathered today at more than 15 sites nationwide to watch a live satellite broadcast and Webcast on responsible gaming and problem gambling. The program kicked off the American Gaming Association’s third annual Responsible Gaming Education Week (Aug. 7-11, 2000).
WASHINGTON - A video based on a curriculum developed by Harvard Medical School’s Division on Addictions focusing on probability in gambling and everyday life is the centerpiece of events taking place nationwide Aug. 6-10 during the American Gaming Association’s fourth annual Responsible Gaming Education Week. Part of the AGA’s Responsible Gaming National Education Campaign, Responsible Gaming Education Week is held every year during the first week of August to promote responsible gaming and increase awareness of disordered gambling.
WASHINGTON - The American Gaming Association (AGA) is marking its fifth annual Responsible Gaming Education Week (Aug. 5-9) by launching its first-ever interactive quiz on the AGA Web site to test employee as well as public awareness of responsible gaming and disordered gambling.
WASHINGTON—Gaming operators and equipment manufacturers nationwide are promoting the AGA Code of Conduct for Responsible Gaming among their employees and customers this week as part of a campaign surrounding the seventh annual Responsible Gaming Education Week beginning today.
LAS VEGAS— Proudly displaying new “Keep it Fun” responsible gaming awareness wristbands, gaming industry executives and employees today declared “We’re Banding Together to Keep it Fun,” to kick off the eighth annual Responsible Gaming Education Week (RGEW). Representatives from the American Gaming Association (AGA) and the National Center for Responsible Gaming (NCRG) launched the “Keep it Fun” wristband campaign at a kick-off event hosted by the Bellagio Hotel & Casino. Casinos nationwide will observe RGEW Aug. 1-5.