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USPC brings its top sales game to G2E Asia 2011

Wednesday, 01 June 2011 16:44
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The United States Playing Card Company (USPC) is working its strongest possible hand at G2E Asia. The maker of the famous playing card brands BEER, BICYCLER, KEMR, AVIATORR and HOYLER—still proudly manufactured in the US in its state-of-the-art factory in Kentucky—is sending its entire casino sales team to Macau.

The team—led by USPC President Marc Hill—will include Mike Slaughter, who joined the business in April as Vice President Global Sales. Also at the show will be Austin Ao, Technical Services Representative, along with Scott Madding, International Casino Sales Director and Dwight Watson, USPC’s Casino Sales Manager – Asia.

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