Bally Gaming and Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Alliance Gaming Inc. (AGI), has announced a reorganization of its executive staff with individuals adding responsibilities and job titles. Involved were the following:
Paul Lofgren, previously senior vice president and general manager of the Bally Gaming division, has assumed the title of executive vice president of Bally Gaming.
Mark Lipparelli, previously senior vice president and general manager of the Bally Systems division, has assumed the title of executive vice president of Bally Systems.
Andrew Cashin, previously vice president of operations, finance, manufacturing and information technology of the Bally Gaming division, has been promoted to senior vice president of operations of Bally Gaming, responsible for manufacturing, inventory, service and facilities.
Marcus Prater, previously vice president of marketing of the Bally Gaming and Systems divisions, has been promoted to senior vice president of marketing of Bally Gaming and Systems.
Marc Comella has assumed the position of vice president of product compliance for the Bally Gaming division, responsible for software quality assurance and all product compliance.
Martie Vicek, previously director of finance of the Bally Gaming and Systems divisions, has been promoted to vice president of finance of the Bally Gaming and Systems, responsible for accounting, finance and information technology.
Dave Lucchese will join Bally Systems as vice president of sales in May, responsible for worldwide sales.
And in an announcement from the office of Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn, it noted that Peter Bernhard had been reappointed chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission. Bernhard was first appointed in 2001 to complete the term of Brian Sandoval, who successfully ran for the office of attorney general.