BMM Testlabs welcomed Governor Brian Sandoval to its headquarters and new testing facility in Las Vegas, Nevada today.
During his visit, Governor Sandoval toured the facility and met with BMM executives to show his continued support of this Nevada-based technology business. Governor Sandoval also commended BMM for helping drive economic growth and job creation in Nevada.
BMM’s expansion highlights an economic development success story that began with the passage of a bill in the 2011 Nevada Legislature that authorized Independent Test Labs (ITLs) to register with the Nevada Gaming Commission, to provide testing services for products to be submitted to the Nevada Gaming Control Board for approval. BMM successfully registered as an ITL and since then, has been steadily growing its Nevada-based testing services. BMM has also partnered with UNLV to offer scholarships and opportunities for students in the years ahead.
Mike Dreitzer, BMM Testlabs’ COO – Americas commented “We are grateful for the leadership that Governor Sandoval and the Nevada Legislature have shown in the utilization of ITLs in Nevada. We are also thankful to the Gaming Commission and the Gaming Control Board for their involvement and dedication to this process. BMM looks forward to adding over 100 jobs at its headquarters in Las Vegas during the next two years. We are very pleased to be able to celebrate this with Governor Sandoval, and look forward to the continued growth of our business as an ITL registrant of the Gaming Commission and as a corporate citizen of Nevada.”