The Harrah's Cherokee Casino in Cherokee, North Carolina. Photo: Dana Lane
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Eastern Cherokee citizen promoted to vice president of casino marketing



A citizen of Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians has been promoted to regional vice president of casino marketing.

Sean Ross started working for the Harrah’s Cherokee Casino in 2002 as part of the Cherokee Development Program, The Cherokee One Feather reported. The program aims to put more tribal citizens into management posts at the facility in North Carolina.

In related news, Sharon Montague has been promoted to regional director of total service, The One Feather reported. She has worked at the casino since 1998.

The tribe has approved a $200 million expansion of the casino and is building a $13 million entertainment center on site that's due to open in the fall.

Read More on the Story:
Harrah’s Cherokee announces leadership promotions (The Cherokee One Feather 6/23)
Construction update on Harrah’s Cherokee Multi-tainment Center (The Cherokee One Feather 6/17)

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