Hartford Business Journal

June 4, 2018

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 26 • NUMBER 23 $3.00 JUNE 4, 2018 PAGE 12 Reaching New Players The gambling debate has big implications for Connecticut Lottery's future. Find out why. THE LISTS: Most visited tourist attractions in Connecticut Newsmakers Denise Peterson, President and CEO, Hebrew Senior Care. PAGE 3 PAGE 8 PAGE 14 Portable Power The Hartford-based developers of portable chargers for electronic devices have found a worldwide customer base. Executive Profile After serving two tours in Iraq, Army vet James King got his MBA at UConn then joined East Hartford-based wastewater management firm Eljen Corp., which recently named him president. PAGE 16 FOCUS: Arts & Culture As their traditional audience ages, Greater Hartford arts venues are competing to attract Millennials. HBJ PHOTO | STEVE LASCHEVER (Starting right): Tom Trella, CT Lottery director of portfolio, strategy and analysis; Chelsea Turner, interim Lottery CEO; and the lottery's new marketing contractors, Irene Makiaris of Makiaris Media and Kathy Boucher of Decker Creative Marketing.

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