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Inaugural sustainability award presented to BCLC at Global Lottery Forum

13/07/2015

BCLC has been recognized by La Fleur’s magazine for its work in the area of corporate social responsibility. The inaugural sustainability award was presented to Kevin Gass, BCLC’s vice president of lottery gaming, at La Fleur’s Global Lottery Forum last month at Ryerson University.

“I am proud to accept La Fleur’s first sustainability award on behalf of BCLC for our dedication in the area of corporate responsibility, which is the cornerstone of our business,” said Gass. “A focus on playing it right allows BCLC to be a positive catalyst economically, socially and environmentally.”

“BCLC was recognized for creating a social responsibility charter, Playing It Right, to show its commitments in each of its four corporate goals—players, people, public and profit,” said Terri Markle, Publisher, La Fleur’s Magazine. “BCLC is a leader with its stakeholder engagement, including such CSR programs as Voice of the Customer, live customer support on PlayNow.com and social media monitoring.”

Seven global lotteries received awards in areas of responsible gambling, environmental programs, and corporate social responsibility.

Founded in 1991, La Fleur’s Magazine is the premier trade publication reporting on the worldwide lottery industry. TLF publishes La Fleur’s, a bi-monthly trade magazine, organizes educational conferences and publishes statistical data books, including La Fleur’s World Lottery Almanac.

Over the last 30 years, BCLC has delivered more than $18 billion to the B.C. government to support communities, provincial programs and services, charities and major events that have helped shape B.C.  

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