Florida Based At Work Uniforms, a full-line career apparel and uniform manufacturer that caters to the American gaming industry, has announced two new hires: Lisa Robbins to the post of sales manager for the western region of the United States, andMatt Hixenbaugh to the position of sales manager for Tulsa, Okla. 

Robbins is an award-winning multi-million dollar producer for both national account and corporate sales with over 20 years of experience marketing and selling diverse and specialized products and services in the hospitality and food service Industries. Starting with Alsco in 1993, Robbins called on and sold industrial rental accounts, then went on to hospitality rentals and direct sales.  In 2006, she began working on the manufacturing side of the uniform business selling chef’s apparel for ChefWorks, where her focus was selling to national restaurant chains and food service companies.  She continued in the same marketplacewith sales for the Clipper Corporation. 

Hixenbaugh studied fashion production at the Tulsa Technology Center in the early 1980s and then attended the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY, where he studied menswear and patternmaking.  After FIT, he worked with New York-based Future Romantic Costumes, designing and manufacturing costumes for Broadway plays. After returning to Oklahoma, Hixenbaugh began working on the creation of, cutting, and sewing of costumes for a Christian Ministry, based in Tulsa, which broadcast self-produced TV productions.  He went on to work in television and motion picture costuming on-location in New York, California and Tennessee.



Casino Data Imaging, a leading provider of advanced visualization and analysis solutions, has added two executives to its sales and support teams: Sue Bowman-Wulf as senior account executive and Stephen Sieglitz as client support specialist.

Bowman-Wulf brings over 20 years sales experience, and was a prominent name in the traffic control industry where she maintained government contracts, introduced new product lines, and received several awards. In her new role, Bowman-Wulf will be working with existing and new customers developing new sales for CDI’s GlobalSuite advanced visualization solutions and iGuide wayfinding program.  

 Sieglitz brings to CDI a valuable background in technical casino operations having worked as a slot performance analyst and slot technical manager for a leading U.S. casino operator.  In his new role as client support specialist, Sieglitz’s responsibilities include GlobalSuite installation services, insuring best practices, and ongoing product support.



Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), a leading gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, has named gaming industry expert Simona Dutto to the post of business development manager in Italy, joining the GLI Europe Development team. She will be based in GLI’s lab in Bologna, Italy.

Dutto has dedicated the last 15 years of her professional career to the gaming industry in Italy and the surrounding region, and brings an important mix and depth of experience to GLI. In her role as business development manager, Dutto will oversee the company’s development efforts related to land-based and iGaming throughout Italy.

Dutto brings a wealth of gaming and sales experience to GLI. Most recently, she served as international sales director for Stylgame. Previously she was AWP development manager for SPIELO International, where she was responsible for implementing the AWP strategy in Italy.

She has also served as manager of operations and as regional sales manager for Atronic, and business development manager for TCSJOHN HUXLEY.



The international law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP has expanded its Global Gaming Practice Group with the addition of Laura McAllister Cox as shareholder in its Philadelphia, Pa. office.

McAllister Cox joins the firm from Gaming Partners International Corporation (GPIC), where she served as executive vice president and general counsel.

Working with members of the firm’s Global Gaming and Corporate & Securities practices, McAllister Cox will focus her practice on gaming-related corporate, regulatory, licensing and product compliance matters, as well as other legal issues. While she will be based out of the Philadelphia office, McAllister Cox, a seasoned gaming professional, will enhance the firm’s long-time representation of gaming clients throughout the northeastern United States.

McAllister Cox brings to the firm her 10 years of in-house experience with GPIC, a publicly traded company, and its multinational subsidiaries that manufacture and distribute casino table game supplies worldwide. There, she was responsible for interaction with government regulatory bodies around the world on behalf of the company and its principals.

 Prior to her time at GPIC, McAllister Cox was partner at a full-service law firm in Atlantic City, N.J., serving as a member of that firm’s casino law department representing casino operators, gaming manufacturers and distributors, and casino employees in all aspects of regulatory, licensing and litigation matters.