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National Indian Gaming Association Hosts 2016 Convention

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Since 2002, Mark Macarro has served eight consecutive terms as tribal chairman of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians in Temecula, California. Complementing his professional work, Mark Macarro maintains responsibilities as a board member with the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA).

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National Indian Gaming Association Hosts 2016 Convention

  1. 1. Mark Macarro
  2. 2.  Since 2002, Mark Macarro has served eight consecutive terms as tribal chairman of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians in Temecula, California. Complementing his professional work, Mark Macarro maintains responsibilities as a board member with the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA). A nonprofit organization, NIGA remains dedicated to helping Native American communities flourish through social and economic self-sufficiency. The association aims to accomplish this goal by helping its members remain abreast of emerging legislation and educational opportunities in the field of Indian gaming. Perhaps the most prominent outlet for gaming information is NIGA’s annual Tradeshow and Convention, which has served the Native American community for more than three decades.
  3. 3.  From March 13 to 16, 2016, guests gathered at the Phoenix Convention Center in Arizona for one of the nation’s largest meetings of casino administrators and tribal leaders. Throughout the event, gaming industry professionals showcased the most cutting-edge products and discuss popular trends. Additionally, guests had the unique opportunity to network with other members of their industry in between participation in a number of informational workshops. The event also served as a background for Native Americans to display and honor their culture.

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