PENN announces Miss. management changesMarch 03, 2014 8:03 PM by Ray Poirier
Penn National Gaming Inc. (PENN) has announced three management changes at its Mississippi casinos.
Kees Eder is retiring as manager of Boomtown Biloxi Casino and will be succeeded by Chett Harrison, the manager of Hollywood Casino Bay St. Louis. Harrison will manage both operations.
Steve Lambert has been appointed general manger of Hollywood Casino Tunica.
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