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GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc. Unveils Efficient Cash Management Solutions to the Amusement Park Industry

GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc., www.gloryusa.com, announced today it will attend the 2012 IAAPA Attractions Expo to be held in Orlando, November 13 - 16, 2012. The GLORY booth # 4580, will unveil products that provide productive and efficient solutions to meet the challenging cash management needs of amusement parks and attractions.

SDRC-100 Coin Recycler (Photo: Business Wire)

SDRC-100 Coin Recycler (Photo: Business Wire)

For over 60 years, GLORY has been providing cash management solutions for financial institutions, the gaming industry and retailers worldwide. This experience has enabled GLORY to understand the needs of cash management and provide the ability to utilize their world renowned design and manufacturing expertise to bring quality, reliable and productive solutions to the U.S. market.

“We’re excited to attend the 2012 IAAPA Attractions Expo. This is our first time to attend the event and will give us with the opportunity to meet with hundreds of customers and provide them with customized product demonstrations focused on solving their cash management challenges,” said Tina Tuccillo, VP Marketing and Product Strategy, GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc.

On display will be the RBG-300 iCR™ Intelligent Cash Recycler and the SDRC-100 Coin Recycler. These products provide a complete integrated solution for currency and coin. With the largest capacity of recyclable notes in the Industry, the RBG-300 is designed to meet the high demands of cash rooms. The SDRC-100 Coin Recycler provides an efficient and reliable coin recycling management solution designed to be installed in back office cash rooms to deposit and dispense coin for change funds and till replenishment.

“As the leader in development and manufacturing of quality cash handling equipment, our new technology allows us to again establish the benchmark. With over 60 years of developing cash management solutions we listen to our customers and deliver solutions that meet their changing business needs”, said Tuccillo. “As we celebrate our achievements of the past 30 years, we look forward to the future with the launch of products and solutions that will carry our message of quality innovation for years to come.”

GLORY (U.S.A.) invites you to visit them at Booth # 4580 for a live demonstration of how GLORY can turn your cash management tasks into cash profitable ones. To learn more about GLORY and GLORY products please visit www.gloryusa.com.

About GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc.

GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc. is a subsidiary of GLORY, LTD., a leader in the design and manufacture of cash management solutions that includes currency dispensers, cash recyclers, cash sorters and currency processing equipment for many of the top US and World financial institutions, major retailers and the gaming industry.

GLORY designs, manufactures and services its own products. With over 900 engineers dedicated to provide innovative, quality products; and “best in class” service after the sale, GLORY provides a complete and proven solution to solve the challenges of today’s tough business environments.

To learn more about GLORY products please visit www.gloryusa.com.

GLORY is a registered trademark of GLORY LTD. The iCR™ is a trademark of GLORY (U.S.A.) Inc.

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