At Pace-O-Matic, we find ourselves reflecting on a remarkable journey - a journey that began 45 years ago when our founder, Michael Pace, embarked on a road trip across the Western United States. The mission was simple: a leisurely drive from his home state of Georgia to explore the natural wonders of Glacier National Park and the many other breathtaking destinations along the way.
The CEO of Pace-O-Matic, Paul Goldean, recently engaged in a significant discussion with representatives from the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS). During the meeting, the CEO shared insights into Pace-O-Matic's innovative approach to skill-based gaming, its commitment to responsible gaming practices, and its vision for the future of the industry.
The Capital Avenue Bronze Project has become a beacon of inspiration and creativity in Cheyenne, Wyoming, championing the significance of art in public spaces. By transforming urban areas into open-air galleries, The Bronze Project enables residents and visitors to experience the power of artistic expression in a way that is accessible to all. Recently, Michael and Karmin Pace recognized the opportunity to make a substantial contribution in support of this admirable initiative.
We are delighted to offer a big congratulations to Jay Powell on his recent promotion to Vice President of IT & Production Operations at Pace-O-Matic. This is a well-deserved promotion for someone who has been an invaluable member of the team for many years. Jay's dedication and commitment to excellence have been evident in every project he has undertaken during his tenure at Pace-O-Matic.