LAS VEGAS (AP) - State gaming regulators have sent a letter to casino licensees proposing a series of seminars to discuss regulatory issues that could lead to disciplinary action if they aren't addressed.
State Gaming Control Board member Randall Sayre wrote the letter dated Tuesday, which was posted on the board's Web site. He says it's an invitation to start dialogue between regulators and the industry.
The letter mentions nightclub operations, which have been a recent focus after Planet Hollywood Resort agreed to pay a $750,000 for not properly overseeing operations at a resort nightclub owned and operated by an outside company.
The letter also lists several other areas of concern, including include the way casinos conduct promotions, tournaments and charitable events; race and sports book operations; and advertising.
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