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AGEM adds new members

3 June 2008

LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) announced today that its Board of the Directors has approved the membership applications of five new companies, bringing the trade group comprised of the world's leading gaming suppliers to a total of 48 members.

The new AGEM members:

-- Greenberg Traurig, LLP is an international full-service law firm with more than 1,750 attorneys and traces its roots in Las Vegas back to 1969 where it focuses its practice primarily on the gaming industry.

-- The Kreller Group provides reliable, cost-effective global due diligence investigations that assist its clients, including those in the gaming industry, in making difficult business decisions.

-- PDQ Printing, based in Las Vegas, specializes in a wide variety of design and printing projects for the gaming industry.

-- The Bright Group, with headquarters in Silverwater, Australia, is a global contract manufacturer of cost-effective and high-quality products ranging from electro-mechanical sub-assemblies to generic slot machines.

-- Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO), with headquarters in Salt Lake City and operations in Las Vegas and throughout the West, has been a leading provider of exterior and interior signs since 1920.

AGEM was formed as an international trade association representing manufacturers of gaming devices, systems and components for the gaming industry. AGEM works to further the interests of gaming equipment manufacturers throughout the world. Through political action, trade show partnerships, information dissemination and good corporate citizenship, the members of AGEM work together to create benefits for every company within the organization. Together, AGEM has assisted regulatory commissions and participated in the legislative process to solve problems and create a business environment where AGEM members can prosper while providing a strong level of support to responsible gaming initiatives.

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