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Downtown Grand announces 4 new hires, including CFO

From left to right: Director of Casino Marketing, Anthony Bender; Chief Financial Officer, Marie Ramsey; Casino Financial Analyst, Jeffrey Rabinowitz and Director of Table Games, Ken Mumby. Photo: Image by DOWNTOWN GRAND

Downtown Grand announces 4 new hires, including CFO

By Joyce Lupiani. CREATED Aug 5, 2014

The Downtown Grand hotel-casino in downtown Las Vegas has announced four new hires: Chief Financial Officer Marie Ramsey; Casino Financial Analyst Jeffrey Rabinowitz; Director of Table Games Ken Mumby and Director of Casino Marketing Anthony Bender.

Ramsey has more than 30 years experience in the casino industry and was the chief financial officer for Tropicana Las Vegas prior to the Downtown Grand. Before that, she served in various positions at the MGM Grand, New York hotel-casino and with Station Casinos.

Rabinowitz will be supporting Ramsey and leading the evolution of Downtown Grand's MYPOINTS program. He was with Maryland Live! Casino before coming to Las Vegas.

Ken Mumby has 35 years of experience in the gaming industry. Before the Downtown Grand, he was the vice president of casino operations for Planet Hollywood. He has also worked at The Venetian/Palazzo, Mandalay Bay, and Green Valley Ranch. He spent the early part of his career at Binion's Horseshoe in downtown Las Vegas.

Anthony Bender has 23 years of casino marketing and advertising experience and has held management positions at the Riviera, Play LV Gaming and American Casino & Entertainment Properties. He also spent 10 years with Western International Media and Grey Advertising.

Downtown Grand is the anchor and crown jewel of Downtown3rd. The casino offers 25,000-square-foot of gaming space and the hotel has 634 guest rooms. The property also features a variety of unique bars and restaurants and PICNIC, an urban rooftop pool experience.

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