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08/17/05

Upper Management Shake-Up At Beau Rivage

There's been a shake up in the top management at Beau Rivage. President Jeff Dahl, Senior Vice President and Financial Officer Todd Raziano and Vice President of Hotel Operations Mickey Culberson have all left the company.

Dahl took the helm at Beau Rivage in March 2000, one year after the Biloxi resort opened. Bruce Nourse with the Beau says Dahl, Raziano and Culberson resigned Tuesday to pursue other career options. Former Beau Rivage CFO Jon Corchis is now in charge until new managers are hired. Corchis is Senior Vice President and Finacial Officer with Belagio in Las Vegas.

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