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GARY PLATT / COUNT ON US – ICE PREVIEW


Gary Platt brings patented designs, latest innovations


Visit Gary Platt on stand S5-200 and enjoy the latest innovations in seating from the experts


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oming off the best year in the company’s history, Gary Platt is bringing its patented designs and latest innovations to ICE Totally Gaming 2019. Gary Platt will be at stand #S5-200 at the tradeshow, showcasing its


unsurpassed comfort seating for all areas of the casino and hotel. “Our customers worldwide have been responding very


positively to our product lines, and because of their support, Gary Platt is the number one global gaming chair provider for the fourth year in a row,” said Gary Platt Vice President of Sales Joshua Corrick. “We have one job, and that is to make the world’s most comfortable chairs for operators so that their players are as comfortable as possible, and we are honored to be recognized as the global leader in comfort and design.” Leading Gary Platt’s exposition is the company’s new line of sportsbook chairs. Gary Platt’s sportsbook line features styles inspired by the company’s portfolio of field-proven and player-favorite chairs. Styles in the sportsbook line include the patented Monaco (US Patent No. D829458), Bleu, Genoa Club, GX2, Lido Revo, Lugano, Sierra, and Sonoma Club. Each chair is customizable to fit each individual casino’s design, with a wide range of upholstery, finishing, and base styles to choose from. In addition to sportsbook seating, Gary Platt will


showcase seating for all areas of the casino, including slots, tables, back of house, convention, and guest room.


Visit Gary Platt on stand #S5-200 at ICE and discover leading seating solutions for the entire operation. Join Gary Platt online at garyplatt.com and on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.


Count On Us comes to ICE for first time


ICE debut for both company and new card counting product


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CE London’s reputation as the event of choice for the launch of technology driven products to an international audience of influential gaming buyers has been confirmed by first-time exhibitor Count On Us. The UK-based cash handling specialist will be using ICE to officially unveil what it is describing as a ‘unique card counting machine’.


Commenting on the decision to debut its


latest product at ICE, Count On Us Sales Director Sara Taylor explained: “We are


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launching the world’s first compact card counting machine for the casino industry and so ICE London, which gives us maximum exposure to a world market, constitutes the perfect launch opportunity.” Count On Us will showcase its range of cash handling equipment from manufacturers such as Glory, Cashmaster and CTCoin, but the centrepiece of its exhibition presence will be the product launch. “Our card counting product has been developed in conjunction with a major casino over a period of two years


and is unique within the industry,” Sara Taylor continued. “It is aimed at the global market and the fact that ICE London attracts visitors from over 150 nations is clearly a major plus. “We are looking forward to the opportunity


to demonstrate the new product directly to major industry professionals and to receiving instant feedback and interest. We hope to engage with casino operators and show the capabilities of the new product, leading to serious enquiries from both UK and international operators.”


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