Gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, BMM Testlabs, has presented a donation from its Next Generation Initiative Tribal charitable fund to NIGA’s Capitol Building Fund on April 16, 2018 during the NIGA Board of Directors meeting.
NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens said: “NIGA’s Board of Directors wishes to thank BMM Testlabs for this generous commitment to our Capital Building Fund.”
Stevens said the donation will assist NIGA in maintaining its important presence in Washington and provide a first-class facility, enabling NIGA to continue its work on behalf of Native American gaming.
“BMM Testlabs continues to show their support and leadership as a trusted partner of NIGA in donations such as these, as well as strong participation on our various Sub Committees,” added Stevens.
Jodi DiLascio of BMM, who represents all the associate members of NIGA, sits on our NIGA Board said “We are stronger with companies like BMM Testlabs helping to support our mission.”
Travis Foley, EVP Operations BMM Americas, said: “BMM Testlabs is very pleased to have the opportunity to support NIGA in its effort to create a first-class facility in DC for Tribal Leadership, who tirelessly work to advance tribal gaming interests across America.”