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One of our Jr Members, Brantley Grey Lankford, had a featured article, in his local newspaper, for his request of donations, for the Asheville Veterans’ Restoration Quarters, instead of birthday gifts for his 5th birthday.

Complete coverage of the casino with more than 200 Avigilon™ HD 1MP, 2MP, 3MP, 5MP, and 16MP cameras and 200 Avigilon Analog Video Encoders to capture better image quality from its existing analog cameras.

The system is monitored live 24x7, 365 days a year using the Avigilon Control Center (ACC) network video management software (NVMS) and 30 Avigilon HD Network Video Recorders (NVRs), which stores at minimum 7 days of continuous footage of the gaming floor and all other areas.

The casino also deployed the Avigilon Control Center HD License Plate Recognition (LPR) solution and plans to add more Avigilon HD 2MP cameras and Avigilon HD PTZ cameras in the second phase of its installation.

Prairie Meadows Racetrack Casino Hotel and conference center was developed by the communities of Polk County in the 1980s, a time when Iowa’s agricultural industry was hard-hit.

Prairie Meadows, a horse track, casino, hotel in Altoona, Iowa, was founded to create jobs, foster agriculture, boost tourism, and stimulate the economy.

Although Prairie Meadows opened exclusively as a horse track in 1989, the company quickly morphed into the nation’s first “racino” – a combination horse track and casino, in 1995.

Today, Prairie Meadows offers a 168-room hotel, more than 2,000 slot machines, 50 gaming tables, live and simulcast horse racing, ticketed entertainment, restaurants, lounges, and approximately 21,000 square feet of conference space that are second to none.

Prairie Meadows invested in the state-of-the-art Avigilon high-definition surveillance system with the goal of providing a comfortable and truly memorable entertainment experience, while confidently meeting Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission (IRGC) security regulations.

Spanning one million square feet, Prairie Meadows served more than 3 million customers in 2013.

Their non-profit has donated more than $1.4 billion through taxes, grants and charitable contributions to the state of Iowa.

Similar to many casinos and resorts, customer safety and asset protection are top priorities.