Ainsworth breaks ground for Las Vegas HQ

Ainsworth Founder Len Ainsworth

Gambling technology firm Ainsworth held a ground breaking ceremony for the announcement of the building of the company’s new 290,000 square foot headquarters in Las Vegas.

The ground breaking ceremony saw Ainsworth Founder Len Ainsworth dig the first sod of land, as Ainsworth celebrated the first day of construction for its planned Las Vegas headquarters.

Ainsworth saw Chief Executive Danny Gladstone, President of North America Mike Dreitzer and Miguel Cuadros, President of Latin America attend the ceremony. They were joined by Governor Brian Sandoval, County Commissioner Steve Sisolak, Representatives from the Offices of Harry Reid and Dean Heller, UNLV President Don Snyder

Mike Dreitzer, Ainsworth President of North America, commented: “This is a very exciting time in the history of our company. Ainsworth Game Technology is seeing real growth in North America. This new facility will solidify the Company’s commitment to these critical markets. We continue to find more and more ways to effectively serve our customers in the region.”

Miguel Cuadros, Ainsworth President of Latin America, added: “We are pleased to be able to develop this new facility for the Americas. Ainsworth is confident that in doing so we will be well positioned to service the fast growing demand for our product in Latin America.”


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