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Wynn Resorts President Marilyn Spiegel to retire at end of 2021

Marilyn Spiegel, president of Wynn Las Vegas, LLC, proprietor and operator of Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Las Vegas the place she oversees the day-to-day operations of the properties, will retire at the end of 2021, the company confirmed Wednesday.

Wynn CEO Matt Maddox stated in memos to staff that Brian Gullbrants, president of Encore Boston Harbor in Everett, Massachusetts, would succeed Spiegel, who’s leaving the company for the second time.

Former Wynn CEO Steve Wynn employed Spiegel as president for a three-year dedication in 2010. She left in 2013.

Spiegel rejoined Wynn for one more three-year dedication in January 2019 after receiving a shock e mail from Maddox asking her to return. At the time. Wynn Resorts was nonetheless recovering from Steve Wynn’s abrupt departure from the company in 2018 after being accused of harassing girls staff. Steve Wynn has denied ever harassing anybody.

When Spiegel left Wynn in 2013, she was succeeded by Maurice Wooden. When she returned in 2019, she succeeded Wooden.

Gullbrants joined Wynn Las Vegas in 2008 and can return to Las Vegas in August to guarantee a seamless transition by way of the end of the year when Spiegel retires.

Jenny Holaday will change into president of Encore Boston Harbor upon Gullbrants’ departure. Holaday presently is the resort’s government vp of operations, becoming a member of Encore in 2019.

Prior to becoming a member of Wynn in 2010, Spiegel had an intensive gaming career going again to 1999.

From 1999-2004, she served in numerous government positions for Harrah’s Entertainment, a predecessor to Caesars Entertainment Inc., together with senior vp and normal supervisor of Harrah’s Las Vegas and the Rio, senior vp of human resources, in addition to senior vp and normal supervisor for Harrah’s Shreveport Hotel & Casino in Louisiana and the company’s Southern Nevada properties.

From 2004-2010, Spiegel grew to become one of the primary girls to be named a prime resort government position as she was named president of Caesars Entertainment’s Bally’s, Paris Las Vegas and Planet Hollywood properties in Las Vegas.

Spiegel is a present member of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s board of administrators, serving on its advertising and marketing committee and chairing its compensation committee. She was beneficial for that board by the Nevada Resort Association.

Contact Richard N. Velotta at [email protected] or 702-477-3893. Follow @RickVelotta on Twitter.

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