LUN 25 DE ENERO DE 2021 - 03:59hs.
OPINION - Lucas Della Testa, public and social manager

"State needs to oversee and plan for casino activity to resume in Brazil"

In a video released on social networks, public manager Lucas Della Testa defends the regulation of gaming and believes that the activity will soon return to Brazil. For him, Poços de Caldas (MG), where he develops his professional activities, has hosted casinos in the past and great personalities helped to move the economy and the entertainment industry. 'It is time for the State to inspect and plan for the activity to resume in the country.'

Della Testa publishes videos on topics that he deems “controversial”, but as solutions for the economy and society. In the edition in which he talks about casinos, the executive recalls that “Poços de Caldas, in the 20s and 30s, was one of the great destinations for those who liked to go to the casinos. We received great personalities, such as Getúlio Vargas and Carmem Miranda, which generated a great entertainment industry in the city,” he says.

According to him, it is time for the State to inspect, plan, offer security and provide assistance to people in need. "With that, we can take advantage of the infrastructure we already have, improve our airport and access routes, to receive this high-value product."

“We cannot play with luck. We must plan well to get ahead and take the opportunity to Poços de Caldas,” Della Testa defends.

Lucas Della Testa

Post graduate professional in management, governance and public policies, with 15 years of experience in management positions, in the public and private sector, with outstanding performance in articulating government partnerships, fundraising, people / team management and supplies. Currently an entrepreneur in the social area.

Source: GMB