Table Trac adds another contract with a large US tribe

June 20, 2023
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The new contract covers additional CasinoTrac installation for a site associated with the Blackfeet Nation.

Casino information provider Table Trac has a new contract with one of the largest tribes in the US.

Existing Table Trac customer Blackfeet Nation, a tribe in northwest Montana, has entered into an additional contract with the information provider.

This new contract covers an additional CasinoTrac CMS installation for The Peak Restaurant, which operates as a satellite location to Glacier Peaks Hotel & Casino.

Chad Hoehne, President of Table Trac, said, “It’s always an exciting and significant event when an existing customer chooses CasinoTrac to grow alongside them.”

The Tribe, established by treaty in 1855, also owns and operates the Blackfeet Heritage Center and Art Gallery, Glacier Family Foods, Oki Communications and Star Link Cable.

Heather Iron Shirt, General Manager of Glacier Peaks Casino, said, “We added CasinoTrac to our new site, The Peak Restaurant, because we knew we would get a great product.”

The Blackfeet Nation and Table Trac first started working together in 2011.

Iron Shirt said, “We are excited to start a new adventure together.”

The Blackfeet Indian Reservation is home to 17,321 tribal members. The Blackfeet Nation operates several economic enterprises that benefit the tribe and its members. The tribe is also socially conscious.

Hoehne Said, “Most important, is being a partner with a community leader of the Blackfeet Nation’s stature. Their recent collaboration driving human trafficking awareness and active shooter training is something to be proud of, real-time issues of universal concern.”


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