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jetton

(ˈdʒɛtən)
n
(Games, other than specified) a counter or token, esp a chip used in such gambling games as roulette
[C18: from French jeton, from jeter to cast up (accounts); see jet1]

jetton

- A counter or token used as a gambling chip or to operate slot machines.
See also related terms for token.
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A seasoned veteran of the Portland business landscape, Jetton has also been involved with other successful business ventures: he founded AuctionPay, a program that helps nonprofits automate and improve benefit fundraising, and co-founded Card Capture Services, Inc.
Keith Jetton, Mack's chief operations officer, said Mack experienced a classic case of growing pains.
Together we've made it easier for nonprofits to manage all the information related to their donors as well as their events, from one integrated platform," said Auctionpay CEO Jeff Jetton.
Partnering with Kintera is a significant step forward in our mission to help nonprofits fundraise more effectively," said Auctionpay's CEO and president, Jeff Jetton.
My own experience as an auction attendee -- with check-in confusion and long item pick-up lines that put an end to most evenings long before the event was actually over -- inspired me to develop AuctionPay," said founder Jeff Jetton, a 15-year veteran of the credit-card processing industry and previous founder, CEO and president of Card Capture Services, Inc.
Loring Jetton has extensive antitrust counseling and litigation experience in both government and private matters and has handled U.
Retail Rewards offers our cardmembers ultimate flexibility by giving them the ability to choose their favorite retailer, the convenience of carrying only one card and the ease of knowing that their rebates will automatically appear on their statements each month," Jetton continued.
Alexander, Jetton, & Kulikowich, 1995), to guide the coding and categorizing process of the data into themes.
Elizabeth Jetton, CFP, is founder of Directions for Women in Atlanta and a past FPA president:
Alexander PA, Jetton TL, Kulikowich JM, 1995, Interrelationship of knowledge, interest, and recall: Assessing the model of domain learning.
Hotel management had a system design in mind, which Kevin Jetton, A-TECs President, was able to refine based on what he saw after touring the facility.