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Morongo Casino names new manager

29 May 2007

BANNING, California -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- The Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa, one of the largest tribal gaming destinations in the United States, announced today that Sean Sullivan has been named general manager to run the $250 million, 44-acre property.

"Sullivan is a widely respected veteran of the gaming industry and an individual who will bring leadership, imagination and vision to Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa operations," said Morongo Band of Mission Indians tribal chairman Robert Martin.

One of the gaming industry's top operators, Sullivan most recently served as chief operating officer for Olympia Gaming, where he oversaw casino project development and core business operations. This included the 2,700-acre Southern Highlands master-planned community and Casino Fandango in Carson City as well as high profile real estate and mixed-use projects in the Las Vegas area.

Prior to Olympia, he served as vice president and general manager of the Mountain High Casino Resort in Black Hawk, Colorado. During his 25-year career, he has held key management positions at major Nevada properties including the MGM Grand, Harvey's Lake Tahoe, Binion's Horseshoe, Riviera, Grand Casinos, Harold's Club Reno, and the Sands Las Vegas.

Arrayed on 44 acres between California's spectacular San Gorgonio and San Jacinto mountains, the Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa features four-diamond hotel accommodations, a luxury health spa, world-class dining, high-stakes gaming and glittering nightlife. The $250 million resort has a 27-story hotel tower capped by a two-story glass penthouse restaurant and lounge and one of the largest casino floors on the West Coast.

As a premier recreational gaming destination in California, Morongo is an accessible, convenient alternative to Las Vegas. Located 20 minutes west of Palm Springs and 90 minutes east of Los Angeles, the resort is located near a wide selection of exclusive golf courses as well the nation's most popular factory outlet stores and Hadley Fruit Orchards.

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