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EASITRAX Soft Count Installed at Fire Rock Navajo Casino

West Chester, PA May 28, 2010— Fire Rock Navajo Casino is operating with MEI CASHFLOW SC bill validators, which are equipped with EASITRAX Soft Count across its entire slot floor. EASITRAX is an integrated software/hardware solution that places information collected in the CASHFLOW SC bill validator into a database that can be networked to multiple locations and be accessed to analyze slot floor performance.

“We are thrilled to have EASITRAX Soft Count on our floor,” said Paul Hamm, Casino Slot Manager. “We have been able to drop our whole floor less than five hours instead of the multiple drops it took before we fully implemented the system, freeing up the majority of our drop team members and technicians time.”

The technology that is behind the proven performance of CASHFLOW SC is now applied to EASITRAX Soft Count. Operators can now manage their assets from the slot machine to the soft count room, giving them a level of control that was not accessible prior to EASITRAX.

“MEI is committed to creating products that provide value to the operators. This was demonstrated through the development of EASITRAX Soft Count and will continue with future product enhancements,” said Eric Fisher, MEI VP Americas. “We appreciate Fire Rock Navajo Casino’s dedication to MEI products and thank them for their support.”

Fire Rock Navajo Casino is the Navajo Nation’s first of several casinos. The Casino is located west of Gallup, New Mexico. The Casino is operated by the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise, a tribal gaming enterprise of the Navajo Nation. The Enterprise is planning the development of five to six casinos within Navajo Nation portion of New Mexico and Arizona. The Casino opened on November 19, 2008.

About MEI : Today, MEI systems are relied upon for more than 2 billion transactions per week in over 100 countries. The company developed the first electronic coin mechanism in the 1960s followed by the first electronic non-contact bill acceptor, and more recently the vending management system. MEI has the largest worldwide installed base of unattended payment mechanisms. In 2007, MEI reached a milestone of selling more than four million bill acceptors and five million coin mechanisms worldwide. Its products are in widespread use in the vending, soft drink, gaming, amusement, transportation, retail, and kiosk markets. For more information on MEI and its products, visit www.meigroup.com or call 1-800-345-8215 in US (please refer to our website for various international telephone numbers).