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Isle of Capri Casinos Exec Retires

Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. Executive Vice President Allan Solomon retired October 31 after 16 years on the companyÆs executive board. He will provide consulting services to the company as a senior advisor.

Solomon co-founded Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. in 1992, and served as vice president, general counsel and secretary during his time with the company. He was also on the board of directors from 1992 until 2003.    

“I have worked with Allan for many years, and his expertise has always proven to be a valuable asset. We worked side-by-side as the company expanded to build an organization focused on providing quality products for customers and value for our shareholders. We look forward to continuing to benefit from his guidance in his new role as a senior advisor to our company, and I know I speak on behalf of our entire company in wishing Allan well,” said Bernard Goldstein, chairman of the board.

Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. owns 18 casino properties and specializes in regional gaming, particularly in the Midwest and Gulf Coast areas.

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