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Topic - Mitchell Etess
A gaming slump is eating into the profits of Mohegan Sun, but the 2,000 tribal members who draw benefits from the massive casino aren't feeling the pinch - not with money coming in from a burgeoning Mohegan Tribe gaming empire.
Voters in Revere approved a resort casino proposal on Tuesday, keeping alive Mohegan Sun's $1.3 billion project and setting the stage for a competition with Wynn Resorts for the sole eastern Massachusetts resort casino license.
The parent company of the Mohegan Sun casinos in Connecticut and Pennsylvania reported a 36 percent fall in first-quarter profit Thursday, blaming a drop in table game holds, the money brought to the table by players and held by the casino.
The two companies competing for the coveted license to operate the only resort casino in greater Boston delivered high-powered presentations to the state gambling commission on Wednesday, with both promising to be the superior choice to create jobs, generate tax revenue and attract tourists from around the world.
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Mitchell Etess, CEO of Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, said a closed door meeting Wednesday was "productive."
While the tribe's only Indian casino is in Connecticut, Etess said the gaming company reflects the family oriented values of its tribal owners, including a focus on employee culture.