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Penn National Gaming, Turner Construction report that they have surpassed goals relative to contracting with Minority-, Women-, and Veteran-owned businesses at Plainridge Park Casino
- Sep 29, 2014
A message from Director of Workforce, Supplier, and Diversity Development Jill Lacey Griffin: Massachusetts Gaming Commission regulations and conditions of the Massachusetts Gaming License require a gaming licensee to identify specific goals for the utilization of Minority Business Enterprises (MBE’s), Woman Business Enterprises (WBE’s) and Veteran Business Enterprises (VBE’s) to participate as contractors in the design [...]Read More
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