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The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Teams Up With Spectrum Gaming Group
Alliance Will Provide Vital Assistance to the International Gaming Industry
Media Alert/Invitation to Cover:
For Immediate Release
Monday, March 21, 2005
Contact: Tim Kelly
Stockton Public Relations
Atlantic City, NJ – Spectrum Gaming Group and the Management Development and Professional Services division of The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey have formed a strategic alliance to provide vital assistance to the international gaming industry.
“This alliance creates an unparalleled set of resources that can help the gaming industry manage better in uncertain times and to seize growth opportunities,” said Michael Pollock, Spectrum Managing Director. “The industry can now tap one resource for market studies, management audits, leadership training and a variety of other services.”
Dr. Lewis Leitner, representing Stockton’s Management Development and Professional Services program added, “we are very pleased to be in this alliance. Gaming is a critical economic driver for the region and the educational resources of MD-PS are prepared to do their part in assisting the gaming industry meet its current challenges, as well as future ones.”
Spectrum Gaming Group, an international consultancy based in New Jersey, provides services to clients from Atlantic City to Asia, in areas that range from due-diligence and background investigations to economic and feasibility studies. Spectrum publishes Michael Pollock’s Gaming Industry Observer, an award-winning newsletter prized for its coverage of gaming in the northeast. Spectrum has also advised several institutional and private-equity investors on gaming opportunities, and produces several industry conferences, including the upcoming Pennsylvania Gaming Congress and the East Coast Gaming Congress.
Stockton College offers a variety of business and professional degree programs, and has recently expanded to include six graduate degrees including a Masters in Business Administration. For more information, contact Dr. Israel Posner or Dr. Lewis Leitner at 609-652-4227, or log onto www.stocktonpdce.net/ps.htm. Spectrum’s Michael Pollock can be reached at 609-272-0900.