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G2E 2006 To Reveal Casino Talent Buying Secrets

LAS VEGAS (CelebrityAccess Media Wire) — Talent buyer Billy Brill, CEO of Billy Alan Productions, will moderate “Book For The Drop: Secrets of Casino Talent Buying,” one of more than 170 conference sessions at G2E 2006, The Global Gaming Expo, Nov. 14-16, 2006, at The Las Vegas Convention Center.

Session panelists will also include: Tony Conway, president of Buddy Lee Attractions; Chris Lynch, marketing director of Chuckchansi Gold Casino; and David Swift, vice president of business development, House of Blues Concerts.

Presented by the American Gaming Association (AGA) and Reed Expositions, G2E is the world’s largest trade show and conference for the gaming industry, attracting more than 26,000 attendees last year.

AGA and Reed have teamed up with Alicia Parrish and Clinton Ford Billups Jr., producers of EventPro Forum, the annual confab for live event producers, to produce entertainment oriented conference sessions at G2E, plus the new EventPro Forum Entertainment and Event Production Pavilion.

Targeted at casino, amphitheater, entertainment, marketing, showroom and talent buying decision makers, this new G2E pavilion will include exhibits by concert promoters, entertainment agencies, production companies, touring attractions and other entertainment vendors serving the casino industry. The new pavilion has already attracted such exhibitors as Agency for the Performing Arts (APA), Buddy Lee Attractions, CelebrityAccess, Dukes of Dixieland, Triangle Talent and Universal Latin Agency.

"The EventPro Forum Entertainment Pavilion and program sessions at G2E 2006 will provide gaming entertainment executives with the resources, educational opportunities and networking connections they need to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace," Pavilion Manager Alicia Parrish told CelebrityAccess.

"With 50% of the pavilion exhibit space already reserved and more than three months to go, we're expecting exhibit space in this new pavilion to sell-out quickly," added Parrish.

More information on the EventPro Forum Pavilion at G2E 2006 is available at: –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers.