Las Vegas-based BMM Testlabs named former gaming industry lobbyist Frank Fahrenkopf Jr. as a nonexecutive member of the company’s board.
Fahrenkopf retired last after 18 years at the president and chief executive officer of the Washington, D.C.-based American Gaming Association.
BMM tests and certifies gaming equipment and technology for the casino industry and on behalf of gaming regulatory bodies worldwide.
As head of the gaming association, Fahrenkopf was the national advocate for the commercial casino industry for regulatory, political and educational issues.
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