Table Trac recruits Thomas Florio as Head of Business Development

June 7, 2023
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This is the latest in a series of moves toward increased company expansion.

Table Trac has hired gaming industry veteran Thomas Florio to serve as the company’s Head of Business Development for the Eastern US & new territories. Florio joins Table Trac with more than 35 years of experience in the fields of manufacturing and casino operations.

He has held several leadership roles as an executive that including working for Caesars Entertainment, Wynn, Penn (Argosy) and for tribal casinos throughout Canada and the US.

Throughout his sales career, Florio worked for Shuffle Master, TCS-John Huxley, Aristocrat, ISD, Amaya-Cadillac Jack and for AGS.

Table Trac President Chad Hoehne took a moment to welcome Florio to the executive team.

He said, “Gaining the benefit of Mr. Florio’s experience and industry knowledge has immediate impact for CasinoTrac’s expansion plan. I am pleased to welcome Tommy to Table Trac.”

Florio commented on stepping into his new role by saying, "I am eager to hit the ground running and assist the team in getting to the next level.”

In addition to the company’s growth throughout Nevada, Table Trac recently expanded its US reach into South Dakota, by installing CasinoTrac at the Golden Buffalo Casino and Motel. The casino management system will continue to monitor and automate daily operations throughout Golden Buffalo.


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