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Retailer Recruiting for Retail Jobs in Vegas

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Kohl’s, a large retailer that offers affordable clothes and home decorations, announced its plans today to open 21 stores in 15 states and will be recruiting for retail jobs in Vegas.

The new stores are located in Alabama, California, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

The announcement is a bright spot amid dismal jobs news and signals a possible recovery in the retail industry. Kohl’s already has 1,089 stores in 49 states.

Heightened consumer confidence seems to encouraging other retailers. Rival JCPenney announced yesterday that it also is opening stores, approximately 3 new ones, as part of a long-term plan to boost sales.

In addition to the new stores, Kohl’s is opening a customer service hub in San Antonio to service online and credit card orders. About 200 workers have already been hired, and an additional 1,000 are expected to be brought in over the next few years.

Kohl’s also invested in its current store base and remodeled 85 stores this year, a 66 percent increase from 2009.

“We’re pleased to be in a position to create more than 4,000 jobs as Kohl’s continues to build market share in a challenging economy,” said Kevin Mansell, Kohl’s chairman, president and chief executive officer. “We continue to bring customers new stores where they can enjoy Kohl’s great brands and tremendous values. Additionally, we have invested in our existing store base by remodeling 85 stores, 66 percent more stores than last year, to keep the customer experience fresh and exciting.”

Dolce Possibly Hiring for Hospitality Jobs in Vegas

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

The Ritz-Carlton on Lake Las Vegas, which has since closed, will be reopened and rebranded as Dolce Hotels and Resorts, a move that will possibly result in the creation of hospitality jobs in Vegas.

This will be the first Vegas hotel for Dolce. The company owns and operates 27 properties globally, including in the U.S., Canada, and Europe.

The property is expected to open in 2011. Village Hospitality purchased the resort in 2009. After the Ritz Carlton closed, Lake Las Vegas struggled to retain customers and residents. The once-vibrant community has sagged under the weight of the recession.

When the place closed originally, almost 400 workers lost their jobs. Dolce did not say how many people they would be hiring for the renovation or for regular employment.

Binion’s Filling Jobs in Vegas

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

Binion’s Gambling Halls has announced they are recruiting for various jobs in Vegas.

The downtown Las Vegas venue is filling jobs at its Haunted Casino attraction. They will be holding two job fairs on Tuesday to fill the positions.

The casino will be remodeled to resemble a more terrifying version of itself, a Halloween tradition. Character, greeter, and host positions are all up for grabs.

Fright Productions LLC will hold the job fairs on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on Wednesday from noon to 3 p.m. on the second-floor mezzanine level of the hotel.

The Fright dome started job fairs last month to fill more than 250 positions they have open for Circus Circus Hotel and Casino.

They still have two more job fairs left to fill the remaining positions.

Fright Dome will hold its final two job fairs Saturday and Sunday, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on both days. More information can be found on the Fright Dome

Gaming Galaxy Recruits for Marketing Jobs in Vegas

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

Gaming Galaxy has announced they are recruiting for marketing jobs in Vegas.

The company announced today that Greg Flowers has been appointed Marketing and Corporate Communications Manager. In his position at the Company, he will be responsible for matters relating to the Company’s marketing, branding, product design, public relations, investor relations and media relations. Mr. Flowers will report directly to Robert Saucier, the Company’s Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Flowers brings more than 35 years of product design, marketing, corporate branding, merchandising and related skills primarily associated with the gaming industry. Well known gaming companies that have relied upon Mr. Flowers’ expertise include Anchor Gaming, American Wagering, Bally Systems, Boyd Gaming, Casino Data Systems, Harrah’s, IGT, Sega Gaming, Shuffle Master Gaming, TCS America, Williams Gaming and numerous others. He was instrumental is engineering many landmark gaming projects such as IGT’s “Megabucks” and “Quartermania,” Harrah’s “Three Wishes” and “Magic Carpet Ride” and CDS’s “Cool Millions.” During his tenure in the gaming industry he has also been responsible for the branding of many specialty table games such as Mikohn’s “Caribbean Stud” and “Caribbean Draw” games, Bet Technology’s “Royal Match 21,” “Fortune Pai Gow Poker,” and “Casino War” and Galaxy Gaming’s “Lucky Ladies,” “Texas Shootout,” “Emperor’s Challenge,” “Deuces Wild,” “Triple Attack Blackjack” and others.

Robert Saucier, Galaxy Gaming’s Chief Executive Officer, said, “When I founded Galaxy Gaming in 1997, I searched for the best professionals I could find in the gaming business to align myself with. Greg Flowers name kept coming up and as a result, our relationship goes all the way back to our early formative years. I have become known for having ‘Walt Disney like standards’ when it comes to quality and Greg is the only person I ever met in this area of the industry that could provide the quality of work I sought. Greg’s previous contributions are significantly responsible for Galaxy Gaming’s success and I am extremely pleased that we have been able to convince him to join our Galaxy Gaming team exclusively.”

Greg Flowers commented, “Like a small acorn growing into a giant oak tree, I have witnessed Galaxy Gaming grow from just a single game concept into now the second largest table game company in the world. But what excites me most is the Company’s future plans, which is why I decided it was time to join them.”

Mr. Saucier responded, “Two days ago we announced the hiring of Ron Marks to lead our sales team and today we are pleased to announce that Greg Flowers will lead our marketing efforts. I cannot say with enough enthusiasm how confident I am with Ron and Greg leading our Company’s sales and marketing respectively. They are the ‘A-Team’ in my opinion.”

About Galaxy Gaming

Headquartered in Las Vegas, Galaxy Gaming ( is the world’s second largest developer, manufacturer and distributor of casino table games including Lucky Ladies, Texas Shootout, Emperor’s Challenge, Deuces Wild and Triple Attack Blackjack. In addition, it develops innovative and enhanced electronic wagering platforms and systems such as its Bonus Jackpot System and its Inter-Casino Jackpot Network. Galaxy Gaming distributes its products to casinos throughout North America and on cruise ships worldwide.