American Gambling Association (AGA): Casino Caesar’s Leaders Go to the Gambling Hall of Fame
Four people are about to enter the Game Hall of Fame , at a ceremony at the César Palace on 14 November, a ceremony that will include the executive director of César entertainment.
The Lucky Four Are:
Gary Loveman, President and CEO of César Entertainment. Loveman joined Cesar (then known as Harrah Entertainment) in 1998, rising to the position of Executive Director in January 2003. Since then, he has overseen a period of permanent growth that included, in 2004, the purchase of the “World Series of Poker ”and the purchase of“ Caesars Gaming ”in 2005
Frank Fahrenkopf Junior, the founder of the American Gambling Association (or AGA according to the acronym in English), was also the former chairman of the National Replication Committee that led a party to victory in the 1984 and 1988 presidential elections. Leading the AGA for 18 years, Frank continues to serve as co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates.
Celine Dion, the famous Canadian singer who has sold more than 200 million albums with a career widely celebrated for a couple of decades. Dion also made a major contribution to the gaming industry, having sung “A New Day” at the Colosseum of Palacio César in 2003, with 4000 seats.
Guy Savoy, the celebrity chef who opened his first restaurant, Restaurant Guy Savoy, in Paris. In May 206 he took the restaurant to the César Palace, thus ensuring that his cooking would be available to those who risk more in the poker and betting business.…