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Celebrating 20 Years with AIGA

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Celebrating 20 Years!

Join Arizona Indian Gaming Association and Arizonans for Tribal Government Gaming to celebrate 20 years of Indian Gaming in Arizona.

Theme: Celebrating Twenty Years of Making a Better Arizona for Us All

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Harrah’s Ak-Chin Hotel and Casino

5:30 PM Reception

6:30 PM Dinner & Program

8:30 PM Special Entertainment

To purchase tickets and for sponsorship information:

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$ 0 Billion in contributions to date and counting.

Tribal Gaming
Shares with Arizona

Since 2002, Arizona Tribes share a portion of revenues with all Arizonans through the Arizona Benefits Fund. These funds are dedicated to the following areas:

Education
Education

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Million

  • Teacher compensation
  • Reducing class size
  • Dropout prevention
  • Improved instruction
Emergency Services and Trauma Care
Emergency Services & Trauma Care

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Million

  • Improved patient care and survival rates
  • Cover unfunded trauma and emergency services
  • Support the education of healthcare workers
  • Provide community programs for injury prevention
Cities Towns and Counties
Cities, Towns, Counties

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Million

  • Tribes in the urban areas contribute to support social, cultural, and infrastructure needs. Rural communities contribute funds for essential services, like police and fire
Tourism
Tourism

$

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Million

  • Arizona marketing efforts, domestic & international advertising in print, broadcast and social media
  • Promote the Tourism industry in Arizona
  • Enhance research to benefit the Industry
Wildlife Conservation
Wildlife Conservation

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Million

  • Restoring native landscapes
  • Promoting nature-based tourism
  • Conserve wildlife
  • Support shooting ranges and sports
SELF-RELIANCE

The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act requires that funds from gaming must be used to promote economic development, self-sufficiency and strengthen tribal governments.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Tribal Gaming brings economic development to Arizona reservations, helping tribes meet longstanding deficits in social and economic conditions. In doing so, it also engenders new economic activity for the households and businesses that supply labor, goods, and services to Tribal casinos and governments, helping especially the economies of remote and rural counties.

*Arizona Department of Gaming – Tribal contributions to the State (Arizona Benefits Fund) as of July 5, 2022.

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