(PRESS RELEASE) -- New Jersey casino executive Don Browne, joins Fantasy Springs Resort Casino as Director of Table Games. Charismatic Browne brings over 33 years of casino operations experience to the position including an extensive background in table games and slot operations.
Prior to joining the Fantasy Springs team in late April, Browne directed Business Support for White Sand Gaming where he managed a successful gaming system initiative at a premier gaming property in Macau, China (SAR). Before his time with WSG, he oversaw property operations as a senior member of the team at Golden Nugget Atlantic City.
It was his longevity and experience within the Trump organization in Atlantic City that ultimately landed him the role as Director of Tables Games. Browne states about crossing the country to work with former colleagues at Fantasy Springs, “Having worked for Fantasy Springs General Manager Paul Ryan in the past, I was very familiar with his commitment to delivering a quality product, unparalleled guest service and dedication to consistent employee appreciation. Fantasy Springs felt like home the minute I arrived. I am very excited to be a member of the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino team. This is a great opportunity for me to share the knowledge I have gained during the past 30 plus years in the gaming and hospitality industry.”
Fantasy Springs Resort Casino provides an oasis in the desert, featuring 30 “Best of Gaming” awards from Casino Player magazine. Offering 2,000 of the hottest slots, world-class table games, entertainment, hotel, dining and golf at Eagle Falls, Fantasy Springs Resort Casino stands to meet and exceed the needs of its guests and the community.
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