Caesars Names Steven N. Rosen Interim President of Flamingo Las Vegas.
LAS VEGAS Las Vegas (läs vā`gəs), city (1990 pop. 258,295), seat of Clark co., S Nev.; inc. 1911. It is the largest city in Nevada and the center of one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the United States. -- Caesars Entertainment Caesars Entertainment, Inc. is a Las Vegas, Nevada based business that was the largest owner, operator and developer of hotels and casinos throughout the world. Now a wholly owned subsidiary of Harrah's Entertainment it was part of the Hilton Hotels chain and was spun off from , Inc. (NYSE NYSE
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CZR Communication Zone Rear (Combat Military Zones) ) today named Senior Vice President of Marketing Steven N. Rosen interim president of the Flamingo Las Vegas The Flamingo Las Vegas is a hotel casino located on the famed Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is owned and operated by Harrah's Entertainment. The property offers a 77,000 ft² (7,200 m²) casino along with 3,626 hotel rooms. , one of the world's largest casino resorts. Rosen will succeed Lorenzo Creighton, who has resigned to accept another business opportunity.
A 20-year veteran of the gaming industry, Rosen during his career has served in positions of increasing responsibility at casino organizations in New Jersey, Mississippi and Nevada.
"Steve Rosen is a creative, proven executive who will successfully guide the operation of the legendary Flamingo through the closing of our merger with Harrah's Entertainment Harrah's Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: HET) is a gaming corporation that owns and operates casinos, hotels, and six golf courses under several brands. The company, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the largest gaming company in the world, with yearly revenues around $7.11 billion. ," said Caesars President and Chief Executive Officer Wallace R. Barr. "With Steve's leadership, our associates at the Flamingo will continue their tradition of providing the world's best customer service."
Barr complimented Creighton's work for the company, which began in 1995 when he was named senior vice president and general manager of Bally's New Orleans New Orleans (ôr`lēənz –lənz, ôrlēnz`), city (2006 pop. 187,525), coextensive with Orleans parish, SE La., between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain, 107 mi (172 km) by water from the river mouth; founded . An Iowa native, Creighton earlier served as a casino executive, a judge, a staff member for the Iowa Gaming Commission and executive director of the Mississippi Gaming Commission.
"Lorenzo Creighton has a distinguished record of service to Caesars Entertainment. We thank him for his hard work and dedication to the company and its associates, and we wish him the very best in his future endeavors," Barr said.
Rosen joined Caesars Entertainment as a marketing executive when the company was created as Park Place Entertainment in December 1998. Earlier, he was senior vice president of corporate marketing for Grand Casinos, which was acquired by Park Place. Prior to joining Grand Casinos, he held posts at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and Harrah's Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.
Located at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip The Las Vegas Strip (also known as The Strip) is a 4 mi (6.7 km) section of Las Vegas Boulevard South, most of which has been designated an All-American Road. , at the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, the world-famous Flamingo Las Vegas boasts nearly 3,500 guest rooms and some of the most exciting gaming action in the world.
About Caesars Entertainment
Caesars Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE:CZR) is one of the world's leading gaming companies. With annual revenue of $4.2 billion, 27 properties on four continents, 26,000 hotel rooms, two million square feet of casino space and 50,000 employees, the Caesars portfolio is among the strongest in the industry. Caesars casino resorts operate under the Caesars, Bally's, Flamingo, Grand Casinos, Hilton and Paris brand names. The company has its corporate headquarters in Las Vegas.
The company's Board of Directors in July 2004 accepted an offer from Harrah's Entertainment, Inc. to acquire the company for approximately $1.9 billion in cash and 67.7 million shares of Harrah's common stock. Shareholders of both companies approved the merger in separate meetings on March 11. The transaction is contingent on approval by federal and state regulatory agencies state regulatory agency A state body responsible for establishing professional standards, and for certifying professionals or organizations through appropriate documentation and is expected to close in the second quarter of 2005.
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