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WVALVLA's 58th annual exposition will be held on Oct. 24 and 25 at the Charleston Marriott in the heart of West Virginia's capital. Exhibitors from around the country are expected to attend, including IGT, Scientific Games and TechLink Entertainment, along with the state's leading amusement and lottery game operators.
"We could not be more excited to put on an event like this," said WVALVLA president Anthony "Herk" Sparachane of Wheeling Coin LLC. "With all the exhibitors we have lined up, this is shaping up to be the biggest expo we've ever had."
Originally the West Virginia Music and Vending Association, the organization became the West Virginia Amusement & Limited Video Lottery Association when the state passed the Limited Video Lottery Act in 2001. The law allows for a limited number of video lottery machines in adult environments.