Mandalay Resort Group Announces New General Managers For Laughlin and Jean Properties

Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from Mandalay Resort Group

    LAS VEGAS, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Mandalay Resort Group (NYSE:   MBG) today
 announced management changes for two of the company's properties in Southern
 Nevada.  The changes are effective as of March 15, 2001.
     Curtis Jacks, who currently was the General Manager at the Nevada Landing
 in Jean, Nevada, is transferring to the Colorado Belle in Laughlin, Nevada as
 General Manager.  Mr. Jacks joined the company in June of 1995 when Mandalay
 Resort Group, then Circus Circus Enterprises, Inc., acquired Gold Strike
 Resorts.  Mr. Jacks had been with Gold Strike Resorts since 1987 where he held
 a variety of management positions.
     The company also announced that Linda Heptner will replace Curtis Jacks as
 General Manager at the Nevada Landing.  Ms. Heptner originally joined the
 company in 1972 and has held management positions at Circus Circus, Excalibur
 and Luxor.  Most recently she served as the Credit/Cage Manager at the
 Excalibur Hotel and Casino.
     "Both Mr. Jacks and Ms. Heptner have extensive experience in the gaming
 industry," said Gregg Solomon, Senior Vice President for Mandalay Resort
 Group.  "We are confident that their expertise will help to enhance the
 overall management of their respective properties."
 
     Mandalay Resort Group owns and operates 11 properties in Nevada:  Mandalay
 Bay, Luxor, Excalibur, Circus Circus, and Slots-A-Fun in Las Vegas; Circus
 Circus-Reno; the Colorado Belle and the Edgewater in Laughlin; the Gold Strike
 and Nevada Landing in Jean and Railroad Pass in Henderson.  The company also
 owns and operates the Gold Strike, a hotel/casino in Tunica County,
 Mississippi.  The company owns a 50% interest in Silver Legacy in Reno, and
 owns a 50% interest in and operates the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas.  In
 addition, the company owns a 50% interest in and operates Grand Victoria, a
 riverboat in Elgin, Illinois, and owns a 53.5% interest in and operates
 MotorCity in Detroit, Michigan.
 
 

SOURCE Mandalay Resort Group
    LAS VEGAS, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Mandalay Resort Group (NYSE:   MBG) today
 announced management changes for two of the company's properties in Southern
 Nevada.  The changes are effective as of March 15, 2001.
     Curtis Jacks, who currently was the General Manager at the Nevada Landing
 in Jean, Nevada, is transferring to the Colorado Belle in Laughlin, Nevada as
 General Manager.  Mr. Jacks joined the company in June of 1995 when Mandalay
 Resort Group, then Circus Circus Enterprises, Inc., acquired Gold Strike
 Resorts.  Mr. Jacks had been with Gold Strike Resorts since 1987 where he held
 a variety of management positions.
     The company also announced that Linda Heptner will replace Curtis Jacks as
 General Manager at the Nevada Landing.  Ms. Heptner originally joined the
 company in 1972 and has held management positions at Circus Circus, Excalibur
 and Luxor.  Most recently she served as the Credit/Cage Manager at the
 Excalibur Hotel and Casino.
     "Both Mr. Jacks and Ms. Heptner have extensive experience in the gaming
 industry," said Gregg Solomon, Senior Vice President for Mandalay Resort
 Group.  "We are confident that their expertise will help to enhance the
 overall management of their respective properties."
 
     Mandalay Resort Group owns and operates 11 properties in Nevada:  Mandalay
 Bay, Luxor, Excalibur, Circus Circus, and Slots-A-Fun in Las Vegas; Circus
 Circus-Reno; the Colorado Belle and the Edgewater in Laughlin; the Gold Strike
 and Nevada Landing in Jean and Railroad Pass in Henderson.  The company also
 owns and operates the Gold Strike, a hotel/casino in Tunica County,
 Mississippi.  The company owns a 50% interest in Silver Legacy in Reno, and
 owns a 50% interest in and operates the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas.  In
 addition, the company owns a 50% interest in and operates Grand Victoria, a
 riverboat in Elgin, Illinois, and owns a 53.5% interest in and operates
 MotorCity in Detroit, Michigan.
 
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