Chip Polston was honored last week with the National Council on Problem Gambling's (NCPG's) Don Hulen Award for Advocacy. The award is given for dedication to improving the lives of problem gamblers and their families through advocacy, training, or the promotion of public awareness. He was recognized for writing the first responsible gambling standard for the US lottery industry, and for working to bring NASPL and the NCPG together to establish the only cooperative effort between a gambling trade organization and an advocacy group to establish and rate best practices.
Chip received many letters of recommendation for this award and was recognized for tremendously advancing the role responsible gambling plays in lottery organizations around the world, and is the 9th recipient of this award. Congratulations, Chip!
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