Further illustrating its long-term commitment to the Tulsa, Oklahoma, community and the Oklahoma gaming industry, Aristocrat Gaming has broken ground on a new 137,500sq.ft facility.
The company’s new Tulsa Operations Center will offer a consolidated campus for the 300 employees of VGT Class II innovations by Aristocrat Gaming and will house light manufacturing, a warehouse and office space.
“This is more than a groundbreaking – it’s a celebration of our employees, our community, and our industry,” VGT president James Starr said. “As employees, we live here, we work here and we want to see Tulsa succeed, not just for today. We want to be generational partners and this new facility will allow us to continue to serve our customers even better.”
Pictured left to right are Deanne McKissick, Aristocrat SVP customer order execution, Tulsa Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Mike Neal, Hector Fernandez, Aristocrat president of Americas and EMEA, James Starr, VGT president, Matthew Morgan, Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association chairman, and Jerry Hale, VP of midwest operations, VGT