Chairman of the Board
Mr. Griffith has over 40 years of experience in the bingo and gaming industry. He founded K&B Sales, Inc. in 1979. K&B Sales, Inc. was one of the first licensed bingo distributors in Texas. K&B Sales, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Four Corners, Inc. Mr. Griffith served as President and Chief Executive Officer; as well as Board Member of Four Corners, Inc. from its inception until April 2012. In August 2016, Mr. Griffith rejoined the Board of Directors of Four Corners, Inc.
Mr. Nouis has expertise in all core facets of accounting and finance, including knowledge of US GAAP, acquisitions, stock and debt offerings, banking relationships, and SEC requirements. Mr. Nouis served as Chief Financial Officer for Four Corners Inc. Prior to joining Four Corners he was Chief Financial Officer of Nationwide Argosy Solutions, a privately-owned printing and fulfilment company. His previous experience in the gaming industry includes serving as Chief Financial Officer for Rocket Gaming Systems (2009-2012) and Multimedia Games (2001-2006). Mr. Nouis previously served on the Company’s board of directors (2008-2011). He is a CPA and received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Houston.
Mr. Goulet has more than 20 years of management, sales, and business development experience in the gaming industry. He joined the Company in January 2015 as Chief Operating Officer and was appointed Chief Executive Officer on August 1, 2016. From 2011 to 2015, Mr. Goulet served in various positions with Table Trac, Inc., including Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice President for Sales and Marketing. He has served in management positions at both GTECH and INTRALOT, two leading lottery and gaming technology providers with worldwide operations; as well as Multimedia Games, a leading developer of gaming products. Mr. Goulet holds a BFA from New York Institute of Technology and was a Fellow in the Michigan State Political Leadership Program.
Mr. Kaplan has been involved in the investment banking industry since 1969, specializing in funding small private and public companies. He was the owner of the investment banking firm, Grovest.