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Nevada Gaming Control Board Approves Gaughan Gaming to Oversee All Operations of Historical Hotel Nevada & Gambling Hall in Ely, Nev.

LAS VEGAS, Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Gaughan Gaming is pleased to announce the approval from the Nevada Gaming Control Board for the company to oversee the operations of the Hotel Nevada & Gambling Hall, located in Ely at 501 Aultman Street, Ely, Nevada.  Gaughan Gaming, operated by John Gaughan, and in partnership with Paul Kellogg and the Kellogg family, is also approved to acquire 50 percent of the property and the company's other amenities in Ely including The Postal Palace plus the O'Aces Bar and Huntridge Tavern in Las Vegas. 

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"We're very excited to be a part of this historic property in central Nevada, where the region has a historic past and importance including the mining boom that built this part of the West," said John Gaughan, CEO of Gaughan Gaming.  "We look forward to becoming an integral part of the Ely and White Pine County community and are committed to continue offering a strong level of customer service at this landmark property."

The six-story Hotel Nevada and Gambling Hall was built in 1929 and features 67 rooms.  At the time the property was built, it was the tallest building in the state.  Currently the property has 24-hour service for casino gaming and restaurant operations including table games and poker.  The casino floor also hosts Megabucks® and Wheel of Fortune® slots among others.  The property also has truck and RV parking and convention facilities.  Hotel Nevada is AAA accredited and is one of the storied hallmarks and travel destinations in Central Nevada.

John Gaughan:
John Gaughan, a third-generation gaming innovator, has quickly made his own mark on Nevada's key industry. Before graduating from the University of Nebraska with a business degree in 1988, Gaughan founded Las Vegas Dissemination Company, which provides vital support to the off-track horseracing industry. LVDC soon became Nevada's exclusive pari-mutuel service provider. Gaughan is the owner and chief executive of LVDC, in addition to his role as chief executive of Gaughan Gaming,

About Gaughan Gaming:
The gaming consultancy offers expertise in all aspects of the gaming industry including planning and development, financial structure, regulatory compliance, legal requirements, marketing, advertising, human resources, construction and design. Gaughan Gaming aligns itself with companies and development projects that are in need of a management team committed to establishing, building and maintaining successful strategic partnerships in order to exceed market potential.

The principals of Gaughan Gaming are licensed in multiple jurisdictions. Gaughan Gaming is located at 8924 Spanish Ridge Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89148 and can be contacted at (702) 739-1516 or at [email protected]

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