JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Penn National Gaming has made management changes at three Mississippi casinos.
Kees Eder is retiring as manager of Boomtown Biloxi Casino. Chett Harrison, who was the general manager at Boomtown before moving over to manage Hollywood Casino Bay St. Louis in 2010, will manage both casinos.
Penn National says in news release that Harrison started with the company in January 2001 as director of marketing at Boomtown Biloxi and became general manager in 2007. He also worked at the Copa Casino in Gulfport and at the Palace Casino Resort in Biloxi.
Also, Steve Lambert, a 33-year casino industry veteran, was named general manager of Hollywood Casino Tunica. He joined Penn National in 2005.
Eder worked 13 years with Penn National and more than 40 years in the casino industry.
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