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Mr. Skip Sayre

Chief of Sales and Marketing

Laguna Development Corporation

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Laguna Development Corporation

14500 Central Ave Sw

Albuquerque, New Mexico 87121

United States

Company Description

Laguna Development Corporation is owned by the Pueblo of Laguna and was formed in 1998, and the corporation's revenue is used to serve the tribe's members with public works, education, general governance services and more. Laguna Development Corporation i ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

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Affiliations

Board Member
Tahoe Douglas Chamber of Commerce

Education

Leadership New Mexico

Stanford University

journalism

California State University at Long Beach

journalism and political science

California State University-Long Beach

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Santa Fe Indian Market: About SWAIA/SWAIA Board

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Skip Sayre has more than twenty years of executive-level experience in the areas of casino/hotel, tourism and entertainment management. He is currently the Chief of Sales and Marketing at Laguna Development Corporation which manages casinos, restaurants and travel centers for the Pueblo of Laguna. He came to New Mexico in 2007 from Nevada where he served in several senior management positions including Vice President of Marketing at the Rio Las Vegas, Vice President of Marketing at Harrahs and Harveys Lake Tahoe and Executive Director of the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority. Sayre has always taken a strong interest in arts and entertainment. He helped start the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Summer Music Festival, now in its 15th year and served several years on the board of directors of the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. He majored in journalism and political science at California State University-Long Beach, completed the Executive Education program in Marketing Management at Stanford University and is a graduate of Leadership New Mexico.


New Mexico developer buying Isle of Capri | The Sacramento Bee

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LDC spokesman Skip Sayre, in a statement Monday, said changes planned include new slot machines, new decor and more food and beverage options.

Sayre said Isle of Capri remains a relevant gambling destination in the Lake Charles area, even among newer casinos like L'Auberge Casino Resort and the Golden Nugget, because of its stable target audience.
"It has a certain part of the market share, a certain kind of customer that this brand appeals to," Sayre said.
He said Laguna wants to solidify that customer base and build upon it in the near future.
"First thing is we keep those customers and keep them happy, and then offer other opportunities as far as our products and services that will allow us to grow the business," Sayre said.
Multiple news outlets report (http://bit.ly/2beNNkW ; http://bit.ly/2bjVN6a ) Laguna also plans to retain all of the property's nearly 1,000 employees.
"We want them to stay with us, we're not looking to come in and make a lot of management or staffing changes," Sayre said.


New Mexico developer buying Isle of Capri | Bellingham Herald

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LDC spokesman Skip Sayre (SAY-er) says changes planned include new slot machines, new decor and more food and beverage options.


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According to Skip Sayre, LDC Chief of Sales and Marketing, "The definition of a successful brand is one that creates an emotional connection between the consumer and the product.


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"This is in no way an official announcement declaring LDC's intentions regarding the sixth license," said Skip Sayre, LDC's chief of sales and marketing.

Sayre said any official actions that would be taken by LDC in vying for the final license hinges on the New Mexico Racing Commission re-opening the Request for Proposal (RFP) for bidding.
Sayre said LDC has placed options on parcels of land in Curry County as well as obtained office space in Clovis. Although LDC would not exercise any options on the land or occupy the office space until the racing commission moves forward in its position.
Sayre said the event planed on June 27, at the Route 66 Casino (an LDC property), is to help the communities of Clovis and Portales to become familiar with the corporation. He said it is the first of several events that have been planned, aimed to help the members of the communities to understand how the cooperation operates.
"LDC is very proud of the hard work and success it has had in the gaming/casino industry in New Mexico," Sayre said. "There is no better way to explain what LDC does than for people to experience first hand the operations of one of the corporation's successful properties.
Sayre said for several weeks LDC officials have been reaching out to various members of the community in order to become familiar with the region's demographics, resources and needs and concerns of the residents. He said research has been conducted to gauge the public's opinion, perceptions and reception to horse racing, gambling and the idea of opening a race track and casino in Clovis.
"These events are just a way for everyone to become aquatinted," Sayre said.
Sayre said while LDC is owned by the Pueblo of Laguna, he wanted to clarify that should a Racino be opened in Clovis it would not operate as a sovereign business.
He said the Racino's would operate as a independent entity, managed by LDC, separate from the Pueblo's sovereignty.

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