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Dahl Joins Foundation Gaming Group

Foundation Gaming Group, which recently completed the purchase of DiamondJacks Casino & Hotel in Vicksburg, Mississippi, announced it has hired Jeff Dahl as principal and co-chief executive officer of its affiliate, Foundation Gaming & Entertainment LLC. The company is based in Gulfport, Mississippi.

Previously, Dahl served as principal at Accela Gaming Advisors LLC, and on the board at Revel AC. He also was president and chief executive officer of MTR Gaming Group.

Foundation Gaming Group Principal and Chairman Allan Solomon said, “We are very pleased to have completed the transaction, and to welcome Jeff to the company. Our group has a long history with this property, and with many of the team members at the property.”

Principal and Chief Executive Officer Greg Guida added, “Completing this transaction, along with Jeff joining the company, are big milestones in the growth of Foundation Gaming. We are really looking forward to working with the property team to transform the property into one of the most successful properties in the market.”

DiamondJacks Vicksburg features 30,000 square feet of gaming area with more than 650 slots and 13 table games. It also has a 122-room hotel and three dining options. Foundation Gaming & Entertainment also operates DiamondJacks in Bossier City, Louisiana.


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