SOURCE Video Gaming Technologies, Inc.
ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill., March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Video Gaming Technologies, Inc. (VGT), a leading manufacturer of games for Class II and emerging gaming markets, recently announced the promotion of Rob Hollingsworth to operations manager in the Illinois market.
In his new role, Hollingsworth will be responsible for managing operational activities including inventory control, planning, deployment and local vendor and production tasks in the Illinois video gaming terminal market. This position also includes relationship management with key vendors and supervision of the Illinois operations associates.
"I've enjoyed the opportunity to work in manufacturing for VGT in the Oklahoma market, and I'm excited to take the next step with such a great company," said Hollingsworth. "I look forward to making the transition back to an operator-run market and bringing the excitement of video gaming to the local customers."
Hollingsworth has been a member of the VGT team for six years and has helped the Oklahoma operations team become more effective in serving VGT's customers. His hard work has been recognized with the Teamwork of the Year award in 2008 and the Manager of the Year award in 2009. Rob brings many years of management and operations experience to his new role from a background in amusements and vending.
Since 1991 Video Gaming Technologies, Inc. (VGT), has become one of the leading manufacturers of games for Class II and emerging gaming markets. Employing more than 650 individuals across North America, VGT is the manufacturer of Live-Call Bingo™, the top earning, bingo-based Class II gaming platform for Native American casinos. For more information on VGT Illinois and its products please visits Illinois.vgt.net.
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