SOURCE: Casino Journal Publishing Group, Inc.

UNLV's Casino Ops'99 Presents Extensive Seminar Program, 
Expert Speakers At June Conference

Industry's Most Prestigious Educational Conference Focuses on Effective and Efficient Casino Operation

LAS VEGAS, May 24
The second annual UNLV's Casino Ops will be held on June 22 & 23, 1999 at the MGM Grand Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, and will feature the industry's most comprehensive education for middle and junior management gaming executives looking to advance their careers.

UNLV's Casino Ops, produced by Casino Journal Publishing Group, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CJPG - news) features cutting-edge seminars with expert speakers explaining the intricacies of their particular subjects. Last year, more than 500 executives from casinos and businesses in 16 states and as far away as South Korea attended UNLV's Casino Ops. 
The shortage of formal education programs in many regions of the United States, especially Native American gaining jurisdictions, makes the program presented at Casino Ops extremely valuable.

There is no gaming conference that combines the specialties of the two producers of Casino Ops, the educational excellence of UNLV's International Gaming Institute and the extensive gaming publications of Casino Journal Publishing Group.

UNLV's Casino Ops is designed to give members of middle and junior management involved in gaming operations, a well-rounded overview of how the most successful casinos function. Seminars are divided into three areas: Slots, Human Resources and Casino Issues (casino development, financial insight, tribal gaming, and other related subjects). Each 90-minute seminar features a moderator and at least three panelists, who are widely regarded as experts in their fields.

Speakers will include many member and adjunct members of UNLV's faculty, high level executives actively involved in casino operations, executives with some of the industry's leading supply and service companies, influential gaming attorneys, editors of
Casino Journal, Casino Player, Strictly Slots and the National Gaming Summary publications, and public officials involved in regulating gaming.

In addition to casino management, attending Casino Ops is valuable for mid-level executives with supply and service companies; gaming regulators, educators, and financial analysts who need to understand the specifics of casino operations.

This year held in the luxurious new conference center at MGM Grand, UNLV's Casino Ops features a luncheon with MGM Grand President Bill Hornbuckle, one of the fastest rising stars in the gaming industry. Hornbuckle will explain how the worlds largest casino resort blends endless amenities with excellent customer service.

For the extensive seminar program, UNLV's Casino Ops will present such expert speakers as: Randy Adams, Marketing Manager, Anchor Gaming; Jason Ader, Senior Managing Director, Bear Stearns & Co.; Marge Anderson, Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwas, Minnesota; Bill Bingham, VP -- Table Games, Bellagio; Neil Cornelius, GM -- Treasure Island Casino, Minnesota; Anchor Gaming; IGT; Robert Faiss, Sr. Partner, Lionel Sawyer & Collins, Las Vegas; Alan Feldman, VP -- Public Affairs, Mirage Resorts; Morry Goldstein, President and CEO, Alliance Gaming; Jim Jackson, President and CEO, Sigma Games; Andrew Klebanow, Director of Slot Operations, Santa Fe Casino Hotel; Traci McCarty, President, Traci McCarty, Inc.; Doug McCombs, Director of Human Resources, Luxor Casino Hotel; Jim Murren, CFO, MGM Grand Inc.; Arte Nathan, VP
Human Resources, Bellagio; Carol O'Hare, Executive Director, Nevada Council on Compulsive Gambling; Hilary Owl Osborne, Chairman, Tribal Casino Gaming Enterprise Board, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians; Audrey Oswell, President, Caesars -- Atlantic City; Judy Patterson, Executive Director, American Gaming Association; Robert Preston, Executive Director, Ak-Chin Indian Community, Arizona; Richard Schuetz, President, Schuetz Consulting, Inc.; Mike Sterling, Sr. VP -- International Marketing, Las Vegas Hilton; Steve Rittvo, President, Urban Systems; Wade Roberts, Training & Development
Manager, Rio Suites Hotel & Casino; and many more.

UNLV's Casino Ops 1999 is sponsored by the International Gaming Institute at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The IGI is part of the William F. Harrah School of Hotel Administration and has been offering quality and complete gaming education for more than 20 years. Ground has recently been broken on a new building at UNLV for the IGI and completion is scheduled for 2000.

In addition to Casino Journal magazine, Casino Journal Publishing Group, Inc. publishes Casino Player, the largest circulation consumer magazine for the casino industry; Strictly Slots, a consumer magazine aimed at slot machine and video poker enthusiasts; the Atlantic City Insider, a monthly consumer-advocate newsletter for gamblers in Atlantic City; the National Gaming Summary, a weekly gaming industry newsletter; Nevada Hospitality, the official publication of the Nevada Hotel/Motel Association; and the Gaming Industry Weekly Report, the Gaming Industry Daily Report and the Daily Lodging Report, three financial newsletters for investors and industry executives. The Company also hosts gaming's most comprehensive website at http://www.casinocenter.com.

In addition to UNLV's Casino Ops, Casino Journal Publishing Group also produces several trade shows including the American Gaming, Lodging and Leisure Summit with the Nevada law firm of Lionel, Sawyer & Collins and Bear Stearns & Co. Inc.; the Southern Gaming Summit in partnership with the Mississippi Casino Operators Association and Prudential Securities; the Northern Gaming Summit in Detroit and the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce Business Expo. Casino Journal Publishing Group is a publicly traded company trading under the CJPG symbol on the OTC Bulletin Board.

Special rates are available for group attendance at UNLV's Casino Ops. For more information on the conference, call Roger Gros at 800-394-2467.

SOURCE: Casino Journal Publishing Group, Inc.

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