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Dennis Fitzpatrick

Attorney

Blackfeet Community College

HQ Phone:  (406) 338-5441

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Blackfeet Community College

P.O. Box 819

Browning, Montana,59417

United States

Company Description

Blackfeet Community College is most commonly known as BCC. The College is a public two-year Tribally Controlled Community College located on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Browning, Montana. BCC was first established through a Tribal Charter by the Bla...more

Background Information

Employment History

Attorney

Black Feet Tribe


Chief Executive Officer

Siyeh Corporation


Affiliations

Montana Indian Business Alliance

Board Member


Web References(36 Total References)


Who We Are | Montana Indian Business Alliance

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Dennis Fitzpatrick, Treasurer, Siyeh Corporation, Blackfeet


www.greatfallstribune.com

"But really, we are a locals casino," said Dennis Fitzpatrick, chief executive officer of Siyeh.
"For a lot of our employees, we are their first job," said Fitzpatrick.


Glacier Peaks Casino picks Table Trac as main casino management system provider

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said Dennis Fitzpatrick, CEO of Siyeh Corporation, operator of Glacier Peaks and the development and management arm of the Blackfeet Nation.


Table Trac to supply casino management system to Glacier Peaks Casino

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"Table Trac presents us with a unique set of technology tools that will help us not only increase revenues and operational efficiencies, but will also position us as a technology leader for the future," said Dennis Fitzpatrick, CEO of Siyeh Corporation, operator of Glacier Peaks Casino and the development and management arm of the Blackfeet Nation.


www.greatfallstribune.com

"We went through a heck of a terrible scrutiny in the first couple of months," said Dennis Fitzpatrick, the casino's general manager.In the interim, the casino continues to be one of the largest employers on the Blackfeet Reservation, employing 114 people with a $2.5 million payroll, Fitzpatrick said.Fitzpatrick added that the number of employees has not changed since the casino's first year that was marred by high expectations followed by layoffs and turmoil in management."The casino offers a great deal to the community in the form of employment, which is more of an immediate assistance to the economy here than would be a one-time payment to its membership," Fitzpatrick said.Officials declined to say how much money the casino pulled in during its second year but Fitzpatrick said the casino is showing positive revenue growth with a rise in customer visits."It's taken a while for people to spread the word, for people to try us out," Fitzpatrick said."The way previous management ran the casino was not supported by revenues," Fitzpatrick said."The way we're operating now is in line with the actual demand with the casino."Fitzpatrick said officials have reduced the number of gaming machines, reconfigured their gaming floor and made adjustments to their hours of operation.Customer service has also improved, he said.But Fitzpatrick acknowledged that some tribal members are still unsatisfied with the casino's performance."For whatever reason, I've heard that the casino is not doing well, which is not true," he said.While the casino has not yet met its intended obligation to serve as a revenue stream for the tribe, Fitzpatrick contends that the casino is on its way to getting there."We are in a good position.We're in a heck of a better position than we were," he said.


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