New chairman of the National Center for Responsible Gaming Board of Directors

NATIONAL CENTER FOR RESPONSIBLE GAMING

Glenn C. Christenson, managing director of the investment firm Velstand Investments, has been named the new chairman of the NCRG Board of Directors. Christenson currently serves as chairman of the Governor’s Problem Gambling Advisory Committee in Nevada and prior to that was a board member of the Problem Gambling Center. Until April 2007, Christenson served as the executive vice president and chief financial officer of Station Casinos for 17 years. Prior to joining Station Casinos, he spent 17 years with the international accounting firm of Deloitte Haskins & Sells. Christenson, who has served on the NCRG board since 2001, replaces Phil Satre. Satre, the former chairman and CEO of Harrah’s Entertainment, served as chairman of the board of directors for three years and will remain on the board as a director.