Weekly Update: April 1 – April 5, 2013

Newly Approved Vendors:

The Maryland Lottery requires that companies seeking to do any non-gaming business with a Maryland casino be registered or certified dependent on the amount of business within a 12-month period. To learn more, click here.  To see a complete list of vendors, please click here.

  • Attilio Esposito, Inc.

§ Meat, seafood and poultry

  • Beverage Management Systems, Inc. (dba) Easybar Beverage Controls

§ Installation and service of beverage dispensing equipment and beverage conduit

  • Bopat Electric Company, Inc.

§ Full service commercial electrical contracting

  • Clayton Electric, Inc.

§ Electric supply and service

  • Fry Fabrications, LLC

§ Metal fabrication

  • G & G Outfitters, Inc.

§ Promotional productions

  • Gantech, Inc.

§ General office supplies

  • Gator Ron’s, LLC

§ Food & beverage services

  • Gourmet Kitchen, Inc.

§ Food products (handmade appetizers)

  • Harkins Ready Mix, Inc.

§ Concrete and other construction supplies

  • IPC International Corporation

§ Security services

  • John D. Hynes % Associates, Inc.

§ Geotech services

  • Liberty Distributors, Inc.

§ Beer, wine and liquor distributor

  • Maryland Catering Consortium, Inc.

§ Catering to include Kosher products

  • Potomac Valley Brick and Supply Company

§ Bricks and other construction materials

  • Robert Half International, Inc.

§ Staffing services

  • Rogers Sign Company, Inc.

§ Sign repair services

  • Service Unlimited, Inc.

§ Plumbing, heating and air conditioning supplies and services

  • SKG, LLC

§ Advertising services

  • Synergy Productions, LLC

§ Marketing services

  • Tennant Sales and Service Company

§ Power sweeps, vacuums and floor scrubbers

  • The Banker’s Exchange, LLC

§ ATM parts

  • TS & P Properties, LLC

§ Facilities maintenance

  • Winter Equipment Company, Inc.

§ Facilities maintenance


Newly Approved Games:


Voluntary Exclusion Program:

The Maryland Lottery operates a voluntary exclusion program for individuals who wish to ban themselves from Maryland casinos.  If an individual opts for voluntary exclusion, they will be voluntarily excluded from entering any Maryland casino, as well as cashing checks and using credit cards. The individual will also be taken off of all casino mailing lists. To learn more about Maryland’s Voluntary Exclusion Program please click here.

As of April 3, 2013 the Maryland Voluntary Exclusion Program has 205 participants.