La Fleur’s 2019 Austin conference will be held November 18-21, 2019 at the AT&T Hotel & Conference Center on the University of Texas campus in Austin. The conference will examine lottery marketing, retailing, internet, advertising & promotions and technology issues. The agenda will also feature discussion on bloc games, scratchers and draw games. La Fleur’s 2019 Best Fleurry Ad winners will be recognized on stage.

Hotel Reservations
La Fleur’s 2019 Austin conference will be held at the AT&T Hotel & Conference Center. We will start accepting reservations in summer 2019.

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International Powerball?

December 1st, 2017|0 Comments

Powerball’s brand equity has never been higher. The large U.S. jackpots have captured the attention of a global audience, who desperately wants to be able to purchase tickets. When coupled with U.S. lotteries’ need to [...]

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Mega Millions Update: Debbie Alford

December 1st, 2017|0 Comments

Georgia Lottery Corp. President & CEO Debbie Alford presented the Mega Millions update. On October 28, U.S. lotteries introduced Mega Millions game changes. “We charged our product development with meeting all of our objectives,” said [...]

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The Big Spin: Adam Caughill

December 1st, 2017|0 Comments

Adam Caughill, Director, Lottery Business Development, Ontario Lottery & Gaming (OLG), discussed “Converting the Sale In-Lane.” OLG inaugurated its QuickTickets pilot program at Metro and Food Basics in 2017; it is testing selling in-lane with [...]

Panel: Canadian Lottery CEOs

July 25th, 2018|0 Comments

The Canadian Lottery CEO Panel focused on their reaction to the Millennial Safari panel as well as how innovation drives their organization. o Brent Scrimshaw, CEO, ALC: “We have lost about half of our 19-35 [...]

Serendipitous Innovation: Adam Caughill

July 25th, 2018|0 Comments

Adam Caughill, Director, Lottery Business Development & Innovation, OLG spoke on how innovation today sparks future innovation. An elevator pitch (or perhaps summary) of Caughill’s presentation would be: “If we hadn’t tried (blank), we wouldn’t [...]