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Ameristar Casinos Names New Vice President of Strategic Planning and Analysis

15 November 2002

LAS VEGAS – (Press Release) -- Ameristar Casinos, Inc. (Nasdaq: ASCA) has appointed Todd Greenberg vice president of strategic planning and analysis. In this capacity, he has day- to-day responsibility for strategic forecasting and related modeling. In addition, he develops and implements the operating and capital budgeting processes, monitors construction budget activities, oversees the annual procurement planning process, and performs due diligence analysis.

Before joining Ameristar, Greenberg served as the vice president of finance/special projects for Wynn Design and Development where he budgeted and helped manage cash flow for $1.4 billion of capital expenditures. Previously, he worked for Mirage Resorts, Inc. where he held the positions of financial analyst, finance manager and ultimately, director of finance. Before Mirage Resorts, Greenberg was the chief operating officer for Freedman Forum Concert Theater in Anaheim, Calif. He graduated from Skidmore College with a Bachelor's degree in English and from Cornell University with a Master's of Business Administration in Finance/Marketing.

"Todd brings a wealth of experience in financial analysis to this newly created position," said Tom Steinbauer, Ameristar's senior vice president of finance and chief financial officer. "He will be a real asset to our strategic forecasting and modeling process."

Ameristar Casinos, Inc. is an innovative, Las Vegas-based gaming and entertainment company known for its distinctive, quality conscious hotel- casinos and value orientation. Led by President and Chief Executive Officer Craig H. Neilsen, the organization's roots go back nearly five decades to a tiny roadside casino in the high plateau country that borders Idaho and Nevada. Publicly held since November 1993, the corporation owns and operates six properties in Nevada, Missouri, Iowa and Mississippi, two of which carry the prestigious American Automobile Association's Four Diamond designation. Ameristar's Common Stock is traded on the Nasdaq National Market System under the symbol: ASCA.

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