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Cheryl Duhon named GM of SugarHouse Casino

5 June 2018

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Rush Street Gaming announced today that Cheryl Duhon has joined Philadelphia’s SugarHouse Casino as general manager. Duhon previously served a dual role as vice president, general manager of Resorts Casino Tunica, Mississippi, and regional vice president of marketing for Tunica’s Resorts Casino Hotel and Bally’s - Las Vegas Casino Hotel.

Duhon has particular expertise in operating dynamic, mixed-use casino and hospitality venues, engaging Team Members, enhancing customer experiences, and implementing industry best practices— all in highly competitive gaming markets.

Prior to joining Tunica’s executive leadership team, Duhon was a financial analyst and, later, director of marketing at Riverwalk Casino and Hotel in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Riverwalk was Rush Street Gaming’s first U.S. casino development. Rush Street Gaming is the operator of SugarHouse.

Rush Street Gaming co-founder and SugarHouse CEO Greg Carlin welcomed Duhon back to Rush Street. “Throughout her career, Cheryl has demonstrated a tremendous capacity for setting and exceeding goals. We know Philly loves a winner, so Cheryl will be right at home at SugarHouse.”

In 2005, Duhon was on the opening team for L’Auberge Casino Resort Lake Charles in her hometown of Lake Charles, Louisiana. She then worked at Boomtown Casino & Hotel Bossier City as a database marketing and financial planning analyst. Before joining the casino industry, Duhon worked as a process engineer and safety compliance specialist for a refining company.

Duhon has a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and financial management certification from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

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