KISS: Photos Of Slot-Machine Unveiling Posted Online

Kiss Kollector Online is reporting that Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons appeared at the 5th Anniversary of the G2E Global Gaming Expo which took place on September 13 at the Convention Center in Las Vegas. The KISS stars were on hand for the unveiling of the KISS slot machine created by Progressive Gaming International Corporation. A promotional t-shirt was given away to those fans who took their picture with Paul and Gene, neither one of whom was willing to sign autographs for all the KISS fans that showed up, calling some of the autograph-seekers "professionals" (meaning Gene thinks they would sell the signed items on places like eBay and such). Check out photos of Stanley and Simmons at the G2E Global Gaming Expo at this location.


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