Source: RGT Online
RGT Online's Founder and C.E.O. Retires ... 

St. Louis Mo.
May 7, 2001

    After six years as publisher, Dianne Meyer, the founder of RGT Online Inc. , is retiring as C.E.O. and plans to sell the 6-year-old internet gaming news and information company. 

    After six years as publisher, Dianne Meyer, the founder of RGT Online Inc. (www.RGTonline.com), is retiring as the current chief executive officer to pursue personal interests. She plans to sell the 6-year-old internet gaming news and information company. 

    RGT Online has served the gaming community – gambling enthusiasts as well as industry followers – with gaming news, wagering tips and much more since 1995. The site will continue its current operations, including the sales and delivery of its popular syndicated, "private label" gaming channels, with Meyer serving as president until a new owner is announced. 

    RGT Online’s sites, with an estimated 300,000 + unique visitors monthly, are ideal marketing platforms for gaming manufacturers, their licensees or any other business that wants to take over a well-trafficked and long-respected online gaming magazine. Anyone interested in purchasing Meyer’s shares should contact Alan Schneider by email at  info@rgtonline.com or phone 604-642-6464. 

    “Dianne had the vision to deliver this industry’s positive messages to the public, journalists and politicians worldwide,” Schneider, the director of business development, said. “RGT Online has become an internationally respected source of news, gaming information and advice. It was her dream that RGT Online would provide consumers with educational information to enhance their gaming experience. In addition, RGT gathered the comprehensive RGT Links collection and contributed to the growth and acceptance of the online gaming and wagering industry around the world by helping to launch the Interactive Gaming Council. 

    “The staff of RGT thanks Dianne for her dedication and support and wishes her continued success.” 

    Dianne Meyer, CEO and Publisher of RGTOnline.com, was profiled as one of the pioneers of an online business. The newspaper headline read: "One local woman learns the ropes online, develops her company into an e-business."

 


 

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