HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveVolume 25Issue 13MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION ON PROBLEM GAMBLING WELCOMES NEW CORPORATE CASINO MEMBERS

Per a press release dated May 8, 2019, The Michigan Association on Problem Gambling (MAPG) announced that its board of directors has approved the memberships of two new Corporate Members: Four Winds Casinos (Four Winds) and MGM Grand Detroit (MGM).

Raquel Buari, Vice President of Compliance at Four Winds, and Tanja Walker, Cage Manager at MGM Grand Detroit, also will serve as MAPG Board Members.

“Both Four Winds and MGM are doing great work in the field of problem gambling,” said Michael Burke, Executive Director for MAPG. “They truly care for their players and have implemented numerous safeguards to help protect the small percentage of customers who may experience a gambling problem. MAPG looks forward to working with these new members to continue addressing problem gambling issues within the state of Michigan and elsewhere.”

MAPG is an advocate for problem gamblers and their families and serves as the Michigan affiliate to the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG). MAPG is neutral on legalized gambling and is comprised of a cross section of the problem gambling community in Michigan, including problem gambling trainers, clinicians, researchers, and stakeholders from Michigan’s gambling industry. For more information about the MAPG or how you can become involved with the association, please visit  www.MichAPG.com.

 

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