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He previously served as president and chief operating officer of Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno

Manila Bay Resorts taps casino veteran as COO

Manila Bay Resorts taps casino veteran as COO
Tiger Resort Leisure and Entertainment Inc., the firm behind Manila Bay Resorts Casino, has hired Steve Wolstenholme to oversee the operations of the USD 2 B resort and casino.
Philippines | 09/14/2015

Tiger Resort Leisure and Entertainment Inc., the firm behind Manila Bay Resorts Casino, has hired Steve Wolstenholme to oversee the operations of the USD 2 B resort and casino.

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s chief operating officer, Wolstenholme is tasked to handle the business and lead the group towards the opening of the complex targeted in December 2016.

Wolstenholme brings to Manila over 30 years of expertise and experience from the integrated resort and casino business, including a significant tenure in Macau.

Prior to joining Tiger Resort, Wolstenholme previously served as president and chief operating officer of Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nevada.

“The growing demand for entertainment properties in the Philippines is an exciting challenge and I am honored and delighted to be part of the Tiger Resort team. The company’s objective is to push the boundaries in the industry through innovation to deliver our customers’ needs and wants and this is what I aim to achieve,” Wolstenholme said in a statement.

In July, Japanese gaming magnate Kazuo Okada announced that businessman Antonio 'Tony Boy' Cojuangco, a cousin of President Aquino, will be his local partner for Manila Bay Resorts.

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