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Mr. Gary DiBartolomeo C.
Top Marketing Executive
Caesars Entertainment Corporation
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Gary DiBartolomeo, named ...
Gary DiBartolomeo, named Foxwoods' chief marketing officer, was president of Caesars Atlantic City when the New Jersey Casino Control Commission stripped him of his "key employee" license in 2001.
The commission restored his license four years later, noting his "exemplary" behavior in the interim, according to published reports.
As a three-year member of the board of directors of the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, DiBartolomeo has advocated for problem-gambling recovery programs, according to Donald Weinbaum, the council's executive director.
As chief marketing officer, DiBartolomeo will direct all aspects of Foxwoods' marketing, including casino services, promotions, special events, player development marketing, customer development, bus/junket marketing, advertising, database marketing, ecommerce and public relations.
Most recently, DiBartolomeo served as chief operations officer, gaming operations, at Valley Forge Casino Resort in King of Prussia, Pa. During his 20-year career, he also served in various management capacities in marketing, player development and other positions for Revel Entertainment, Harrah's/Caesars Entertainment, Bally's Casino Resort and Trump Taj Mahal, all in Atlantic City.
"Gary has worked tirelessly in the gaming industry implementing strategic plans to expand market share and increase customer loyalty in the face of increased competition," Scott Butera, Foxwoods' president and chief executive officer, said in a statement.
Banned casino executive seeks early return to field | Gambling News
Gary DiBartolomeo, 49, of Margate, lost his $362,000-a-year job as president of Caesars Atlantic City Hotel Casino and was banned from the business here for five years in 2001.
, who once referred to himself as "the David Copperfield of deception," unsuccessfully sought early reapplication for a casino license last year and is now trying again.
Despite character references from compulsive gambling experts, rival casino operators and others, however, the state Division of Gaming Enforcement
contends DiBartolomeo's failure to come clean about his
lies makes him unsuitable to hold a casino license.
DiBartolomeo "remains arrogant, manipulative and unrepentant, and continues to demonstrate contempt both for the casino regulators and the casino regulatory process," said Deputy Attorney General Gary Ehrlich, representing the Division of Gaming.
DiBartolomeo, who rose from craps dealer to casino president, made his name as a player development executive who wooed high rollers while working at Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort and Caesars.
got hooked on gambling in the process and became a high roller himself, betting thousands of dollars per hand in Las Vegas casinos and elsewhere.
New Jersey regulators found out about his
betting and ordered him to quit gambling as a condition of his
license renewal in 1995.
violated the restriction and lied to state investigators to cover it up, prompting them to impose the five-year ban.
That was in 2001.
sought permission to reapply early last year and was rejected.
In letters submitted on his
behalf, Caesars Entertainment Inc.
CEO Wallace Barr, Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts President Mark Brown, compulsive gambling counselor Harvey Fogel and a Little League official -- DiBartolomeo is a coach -- all vouched for him.
But Ehrlich, in a letter to Commission Chairwoman Linda Kassekert, said DiBartolomeo has never accepted the responsibility for his missteps, instead blaming them on compulsive gambling.
That shouldn't be held against DiBartolomeo
since the Division of Gaming and the state Casino Control Commission both knew of the application beforehand, according to Levenson.
News, articles, press releases
Courier-Post - ATLANTIC CITY - Former Caesars president, Gary DiBartolomeo, cleared the final hurdle to his return to prominence in the gaming industry Wednesday when the Casino Control Commission approved his application for a key employee license.The key license ...
Disgraced casino exec makes climb back to top
Former Caesars president Gary DiBartolomeo cleared the final hurdle to his return to prominence in the gaming industry Wednesday when the Casino Control Commission approved his application for a key employee license.
...Former Caesars president Gary DiBartolomeo cleared the final hurdle to his return to prominence in the gaming industry Wednesday when the Casino Control Commission approved his application for a key employee license.
The key license allows him to work in an executive capacity.DiBartolomeo is vice president of national marketing for Resorts and Hilton in Atlantic City.He's
held this position since receiving a temporary key license back in June.
The commission stripped DiBartolomeo
gaming license more than five years ago for his
failure to come clean about his
gambling addiction and its impact on his
finances.The Margate resident had worked his
way from player development, luring high rollers, to high-ranking executive only to see it come crashing down in February 2001.Regulators ordered him to quit gambling as a condition of his
license renewal in 1995, but he
violated the restriction and lied to state investigators to cover it up.
The key license contains a number of provisions to offset the chance DiBartolomeo will slide back into old habits.DiBartolomeo
had just one comment to make afterward: "The Lord works in mysterious ways."
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Breton, 48, is "a whale, the biggest player in the United States," former Caesars Atlantic City President Gary DiBartolomeo said last year.
Several Las Vegas casinos also gave Breton million-dollar credit lines, DiBartolomeo
said."Gambler's mob ties roll craps with CCC
"/By JOE WEINERT/South Jersey Publishing/3..15.01
ATLANTIC CITY -- A mob turncoat who has quit the federal witness-protection program took the stand Wednesday to point the finger at a New York construction company he
says has mob ties.