TEN, the former Revel Casino Hotel, announced it has named Frank Leone its new senior vice president of casino operations.The company also appointed two other executives: Cindi LePine to vice president of hotel operations and Vincent Turrano to vice president of food and beverage.
“Our executive team is what makes the difference. That is why I am excited to announce our best-in-class executives with unmatched expertise and vision,” Robert Landino, CEO of TEN, said in a prepared statement.
Prior to TEN, Leone oversaw gaming operations at Trump Taj Mahal, Foxwoods, MGM Grand at Foxwoods and SLS in Las Vegas.
“We have assembled a remarkably talented team that has the advantage of knowing the market, knowing the customer, knowing what works, what does not and having distinct plans to make the TEN casino experience the best in country,” Leone said in a prepared statement.
“Opening a 6 million-square-foot, 47 story, and 1,400 room resort is no small feat. We have gathered an elite team within our industry and internationally recruited seasoned executives specific to the Atlantic City market to execute this massive reopening effort,” Landino said in a prepared statement.
Leone plans to reconfigure the casino floor with new sight lines, pathways and new navigation routes.