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Valley Forge Casino Resort names Bailey Vice President and General Manager

7 April 2021

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Valley Forge Casino Resort today announced that Ron Bailey has been named Vice President and General Manager of the full-amenity gaming and entertainment resort.

Bailey brings a wealth of knowledge in the gaming industry, having been an executive with Boyd Gaming for nearly 10 years. As Vice President and General Manager, Bailey will lead overall strategy and oversee day-to-day operations of the property, which includes a casino with 850 slot machines and 50 table games.

A native of New Jersey, Bailey has extensive experience within the hospitality field, including hotel operations, food and beverage, convention business and casino operations, beginning his career as a bellman and working his way up through the industry.

“Ron is a seasoned executive with a strong track record of success and diverse experience from multiple gaming properties and jurisdictions. Under Ron’s leadership and with our talented team at Valley Forge Casino Resort, we expect to see continued growth for the property and exceptional service for our guests,” said Ted Bogich, Executive Vice President of Operations for Boyd Gaming Corporation.

Prior to joining Valley Forge Casino Resort, Bailey served as Vice President and General Manager at Boyd Gaming’s Sam’s Town Hotel & Casino in Shreveport, Louisiana. In addition, he previously served as Assistant General Manager at The Orleans Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas

“I am thrilled to work alongside the team at Valley Forge Casino Resort. It is a very exciting time for the gaming industry in Pennsylvania, as the state leads as the nation’s second-largest gaming market, second only to Nevada. I look forward to continue to play a role in its success,” Bailey said.

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