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Hard Rock AC Names Three Execs

Hard Rock AC Names Three Execs

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City has appointed three key executives.

Anthony Faranca (l.) has been named general manager. A Philadelphia native, Faranca is a seasoned casino executive with extensive experience managing large gaming properties in several states including Maryland, Nevada, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Faranca began his casino career in Atlantic City as a guest services manager, and was promoted to regional vice president of national casino marketing at the four Caesars Atlantic City properties. He also has held GM positions at Parx Casino, the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas and at Live! Casino in Hanover, Maryland.

Alicia Magee was promoted to the role of vice president of finance. Magee previously served as Hard Rock’s executive director of operational compliance since 2020.

Auggie Cipollini has been named senior vice president of administration. According to the company, Cipollini will be responsible for IT purchasing, retail sales and other financial aspects of the business.

This marks the latest in an impressive Hard Rock tenure so far for Cipollini. Prior to this most recent role, Cipollini served stints as the president of Seminole Hard Rock Support Services, LLC and Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood.

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