Casino City’s Gaming Business Directory CD 35 Column Name Column Description TribalCompact Indicates if a gaming property is operated under a tribal compact in accordance with the United States Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (“IGRA”). For a gaming property a value of “Yes” indicates the property is operated in accordance with IGRA. For a property owner a value of “Yes” indicates the owner is a Native American tribe that operates one or more gaming properties in accordance with IGRA. Otherwise a value of “No” applies. PropertyType Indicates the type of gaming property. A value of “Casino” indicates land-based casinos and riverboat casinos. A value of “Card Room” indicates a card room that focuses on poker and other card games. A value of “Horse Track” indicates a horse track that does not offer casino gaming and a value of “Horse Track Racino” indicates a horse track that offers casino gaming. A value of “Dog Track” indicates a dog track that does not offer casino gaming and a value of “Dog Track Racino” indicates a dog track that offers casino gaming. A value of “Casino Cruise” indicates an ocean-based cruise to nowhere offering casino gaming and a value of “Cruise Ship” indicates a cruise ship offering casino gaming. A value of “Jai-Alai Fronton” indicates a jai-alai fronton. A value of “Off-Track Betting Facility” indicates a gaming property that offers off-track betting as the only gaming activity. Salutation The salutation of an executive contact. Common values include “Mr.,” “Ms.,” “Miss,” “Mrs.” and “Dr.” FirstName The first name of an executive contact. MiddleName The middle name or middle initial of an executive contact. LastName The last name of an executive contact. NameSuffix The name suffix of an executive contact. Common values include “Jr.” and “Sr.” Title The short title of an executive contact. Short titles are derived from long titles by replacing specific words and phrases with abbreviated versions of the words or phrases. Examples include “Dir” for “Director,” “VP” for “Vice President,” “CEO” for “Chief Executive Officer,” and “&” for “and.” A complete list of abbreviations used in the transformation of long titles to short titles can be found in Appendix F. TitleLong The long title of an executive contact. Long titles for gaming property contacts and gaming property owner contacts do not use any form of abbreviation. Long titles for other types of contacts may contain abbreviations. Responsibilities An executive contact’s areas of responsibility, or departments. Multiple departments can be listed, separated from each other by a comma followed by a space. A complete list of department values can be found in Appendix D.