Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Indian Country Online: The 2013 Congress Will Be Held In Apartheid Country: PECHANGA RESERVATION in TEMECULA, CA

Now, our US Congress can look at attendees to this upcoming congress and LAUGH with derision.  The conference will be had on the reservation of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians which practices APARTHEID on their reservation.  

They have a them, "No Tribe Left Behind" when in fact, many tribes in CA have LEFT THOUSANDS behind.

We ask the BIA to NOT attend this conference, as it would be akin to visiting SUN CITY in South Africa, during that apartheid period.  Show your MORAL OUTRAGE and not support a tribe that has harmed so many Native Americans.


Indian Country Online: The 2013 Congress, which will be held at the magnificent Pechanga Resort and Casino on June 3-4, 2013, in Temecula, California, has just announced its complete agenda. The conference, themed, “No Tribe Left Behind,” will take a comprehensive look at the next wave of business opportunities that technology, e-commerce, and iGaming will create for the tribes and entrepreneurs of Indian Country.

Kicking off the conference on Monday afternoon will be a thorough primer, entitled, “How to Get Up and Running in 90 Days: An Introductory Session.”This session, which will include a plain-language discussion designed to allay concerns tribes might be experiencing about their own business, will set the stage for the following day. Monday evening will be the Welcome Reception in the Eagles Nest at Pechanga, providing an opportunity for attendees to relax and network with their colleagues and peers.

Day Two of the conference discusses all things online-related. Sessions include:

iGaming – Experts discuss the US tribal iGaming landscape and explore how it differs from the offshore. The session will be moderated by Michael Pollock, Managing Director, Spectrum Gaming Group.
iPlatform – An exploration of what technology and products to use and how to deploy them. The session will be moderated by Melissa Blau, Director, iGaming Capital.
iMarketing – Learn about mastering the arts of Internet marketing and online player acquisition and retention. The session will be moderated by Gene Johnson, Senior Vice President Market Research, Spectrum Gaming Group.
iOperations – How do you provide high quality, speed, and reliability for all iGaming site components while ensuring that each of these functions work seamlessly together? Hear how it is done from people who are actually doing it today. This session will be moderated by Gideon Bierer, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Partis Solutions.
iFinance – Hear about potential financing options and how to tailor them to specific tribal gaming situations. This session will be moderated by Joe Weinert, Senior Vice President, Spectrum Gaming Group.
iOpportunity – An executive roundtable of eminent Native American leaders will examine leveraging these potential benefits in the conference’s culminating discussion. This session will be moderated by Victor Rocha, Founder, Pechanga.net.
Additionally, the Luncheon Keynote Address will be delivered by James Maida, President & CEO, Gaming Laboratories International, Inc.

The Congress is jointly organized and produced by Victor Rocha , the owner of Pechanga.net, a leading news aggregator for the gaming industry for over 14 years, and Spectrum Gaming Group, the world’s leading gaming research and professional services firm.

Learn More on Disenrollment, Ethnic Cleansing in Indian Gaming Country at these Links:
Gaming Revenue Blamed for Disenrollment
disenrollment is paper Genocide
CA Tribal Cleansing
Tribal terrorism
TRIBAL TERRORISM includes Banishment


Anonymous said...

Tribes don't care what other tribes do as long as it doesn't affect their business.

Chukchansi disenrolling most of their tribe...okay!

North Fork Rancheria building outside their area...NO WAY.

Anonymous said...

It sounds like they think they are going to get all the online gaming which means they will be sending Jerry Brown tons of "contributions" lol...legalized bribing...what a joke.
California needs to wake up and stop the tribes from getting all the gambling money from online....they already have the monopoly on the Casinos.....