FBA To Host Open Mic On Gaming Reform

February 7, 2014

[Updated] The Future Bermuda Alliance [FBA], the youth wing of the One Bermuda Alliance will be hosting an open Mic on Gaming Reform.

The event will be held at the Gazebo Room at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess on Sunday February 16th at 7pm.

“Our panel members will consist of hospitality professionals from all sections of the community”, a FBA spokesperson said.

“Members of the public are encouraged to attend, ask questions, express their concerns, and provide suggestions regarding the upcoming Gaming Reform.”

The Government kicked off their series of Gaming Town Halls on Tuesday night [Feb 4], with the first one being held at Penno’s Wharf in St. George’s. A video of the presentation follows below.

Update Feb 11th: The date has been changed to Feb. 23rd. The time and location remain the same.

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  1. Independent says:

    It is pretty funny that I open this article to read it, and after reading it, I look down to related posts, and the top of the list I find this OBA ‘Gaming Should Be Put To Referendum’

    Mrs. Gordan-Pamplin explination sounds logical to me, so what brought about the change? Am I missing something?

  2. LOL (original TM*) says:

    Cause I’m such a helpfull guy I’ll sum it up for you.

    1 the PLP plan to sabatoge it (w/ the new development of the publishing of opinions in international publication might have been true)

    2 the coast was to great

    3 the leader of the PLP said let’s get on with it. they just took his advise.

    LOL keep up now pay attention.

  3. Prayerful says:

    LOL you really need some serious grammar and spelling help. Then come back to us with whatever you are trying to say.