Red Rock Casino Utilizes Palatronics System - Thursday 11th of May 2006

CHICAGO, Illinois – Paltronics Inc., a world-leadingmanufacturer of casino gaming system solutions and display technology,today announced that Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa, has become the firstgaming establishment to take full advantage of its wide-area media networktechnology by connecting nine Station Casinos' properties. In a separatemove, Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa, which opened in Las Vegas April 18,2006, has installed a Paltronics One Link slot system to manage 750progressive games on its casino floor.

The Paltronics One Link wide-area media network is a comprehensiveend-to-end narrowcast system that connects all media to deliver gamingexcitement and custom messaging. It is being used to support a wide rangeof marketing objectives at the nine Stations' properties, such asadvertising Jumbo Jackpot(TM) winners and game play, in-house club boothpromotions, and cross advertising jackpot hits at a particular property.

Centrally managed from Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa, Paltronics' OneLink wide-area media network connects the Boulder Station, FiestaHenderson, Fiesta Rancho, Green Valley Ranch, Palace Station, Santa FeStation, Sunset Station and Texas Station casinos, simplifying operationswith state-of-the-art technology.

Paltronics' One Link slot systems are a flexible and cost-efficient wayto manage the casino floor. They provide a way to promote, manage, andcentralize control over all games, allowing quick and easy controllerupdates for each bank of progressive machines.

"Paltronics' One Link wide-area media network allows us to manage afull range of media content at multiple properties, run highly visiblepromotions and manage frequent customization," said David Frankhouser,director of Slots at Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa. "In addition,Paltronics' One Link slot system lets us operate an unlimited number ofprogressive machines from a central system away from the slot floor."

"Wide-area media networks have the power to redefine the casino gamingindustry's expectations of excellence for media management, administrationand deployment," said Angelo Palmisano, president and chief executiveofficer of Paltronics, Inc. "Our innovative One Link system solutionsdeliver advanced technology that provides economic and administrativeefficiencies and will play an important role in evolving the casino gamingindustry," he added.

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