New York’s del Lago Resort and Casino has brought in industry veteran Mark Juliano to try to right the ship at the struggling Finger Lakes property. But ownership continues to hit rough waters in Albany in its efforts to secure tax breaks to keep the place afloat.
Juliano brings to the task 30 years of experience, most recently as president of Las Vegas Sands’ Sands Bethlehem in eastern Pennsylvania, that state’s table games revenue leader with a strong focus on Asian play from across the Northeast.
Prior to joining Sands Bethlehem, Juliano served as a senior vice president and chief casino officer for LVS’ Singapore mega-resort, Marina Bay Sands.
He has also held executive positions at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and at Trump Entertainment Resorts in Atlantic City.