(PRESS RELEASE) -- Galaxy Gaming, Inc., the world's leading innovative proprietary table game company, announced today that its Chief Financial Officer, Gary A. Vecchiarelli has been recognized among Las Vegas' best and brightest after being named by VEGAS Inc. to its annual "40 Under 40" list of civic and corporate leaders.
"When I moved to Las Vegas years ago, I quickly noticed a growing community, a close-knit network of creative people and a one-of-a kind business climate," said Mr. Vecchiarelli. "I've always believed that people need both leaders and mentors, so I'll continue to find ways to make an impact in both the business world and the volunteer sector."
VEGAS Inc. is a weekly business and feature magazine that examines the social trends and corporate direction of Southern Nevada. Its "40 Under 40" list selects and recognizes professionals under the age of 40 who have made significant business achievements in their industry, as well as effective community service involvement and volunteer endeavors.
More than 350 individuals were nominated by their peers and clients, with the final 40 selected by an independent panel of judges. Recipients were recognized at an event at the Cosmopolitan Hotel on March 14, 2014.
"This is an important award and a key event for this city because it represents both sides of the changing Las Vegas landscape," said Galaxy Gaming CEO Robert Saucier. "Las Vegas has always needed energetic and innovative corporate officials, but to be a great city, it will also need dedicated and involved community and charity leaders. Gary is that rare combination of both, and we could not be more proud of him."
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